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  • #31
    The only concern I have of carrying diesel inside the vehicle in jerrycans is that if there is a leak or spill, you can never get rid of the smell of diesel out of the vehicle.

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    • #32
      For those who have the ARB LR tank fitted, how accurate do you find the fuel gauge post fitment? I did read about the DTE being non-reliable, which is understandable as the designers may have hard-coded the max capacity in the software.
      Mitsubishi Pajero NT Platinum 2010

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      • #33
        Originally posted by bennyb29 View Post
        For those who have the ARB LR tank fitted, how accurate do you find the fuel gauge post fitment? I did read about the DTE being non-reliable, which is understandable as the designers may have hard-coded the max capacity in the software.
        We have the ARB Frontier tank and the DTE and fuel are pretty unreliable.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by ger08 View Post

          We have the ARB Frontier tank and the DTE and fuel are pretty unreliable.
          Thanks ger08.
          I have the tank fitted on my NT Pajero, and while i have stopped replying on the DTE, i've found that with a quarter tank remaining as per the fuel gauge, i am able to travel about 900 kms in mix of highway as well as urban driving. I believe that is a good enough run to get to a decent enough spot to fill up.
          Mitsubishi Pajero NT Platinum 2010

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