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Old 07-05-2021, 10:30 AM   #1
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Fuel Capacity on E450 chassis

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Do you all know the fuel capacity on the E450 on a 2016 Greyhawk 29me? Is there one tank or does the fill fill 2 tanks? Thanks
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Old 07-05-2021, 10:47 AM   #3
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55 gal 1 tank

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Or as I like to put it "a shade above 350 miles."



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I think this is a great question. As a person who likes to boondock to out of the way lakes in Canada, I have often wished that my 31FS had a second fuel tank so I could easily transport the fuel for the outboard motor fuel tanks.
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Scoutmaster, know one guy that said he tied into his generator fuel line and used a hand pump to fill his tank for his outboard when out in the wild. Had to laugh when he said if you don’t do it right it’s a long walk back to civilization.
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As usual I like Grumpy's response. Short, to the point, no back story. I'm sure some of us remember the great Joe Friday, "Just the facts mam." Scoutmaster, RPR, Grumpy, pconroy thanks as usual.

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I usually get ~ 350 miles as mentioned, unless I'm headed West towing 6k lbs. Between the wind, hills and extra weight I'm usually around 320 miles running at 65-70mph.

Gen will use little less than 1/2 gallon every hour.
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55 gallons, one tank, or so says the Ford owner's manual..
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Do you all know the fuel capacity on the E450 on a 2016 Greyhawk 29me? Is there one tank or does the fill fill 2 tanks? Thanks
Ours is 55 gallons
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Old 07-30-2021, 09:06 AM   #11
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Gas chassis by chassis length, spec in FORD BODY BUILDER MANUAL. My 99 E450SD 27 FOOT= 55 GALLON. Should also be in Jayco SALES BROCHURE?
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