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Nissan Titan XD 50-Gallon Fuel Tank

November 15, 2016 - Products

<p><em>(Photo courtesy of Transfer Flow)</em></p>

Transfer Flow

Transfer Flow introduced a 50-gallon high-capacity replacement fuel tank for the 2016 Nissan Titan XD diesel truck. The Transfer Flow 50-gallon midship replacement tank will provide Nissan Titan XD owners with nearly double the fuel capacity and driving range over its stock 26-gallon tank. 

The tank is constructed from high-yield domestic 12-gauge aluminized steel and powder-coated for a durable satin black finish, ensuring strength, durability, and superior corrosion resistance, according to the manufacturer. The new offering for the Nissan Titan XD comes with Transfer Flow’s six-year Unlimited Mileage Warranty.

The fuel tank comes complete with everything needed for installation and use, including straps, mounting hardware, and easy-to-follow illustrated instructions for installing the tank. Installation can be done in just a few hours by the customer, a qualified mechanic, or one of Transfer Flow’s 320-plus authorized installers listed at

For more information on this new Transfer Flow 50-gallon replacement tank for the 2016 Nissan Titan XD, or for a copy of Transfer Flow’s Aftermarket Fuel Tank Systems Catalog, call (800) 826-5776 or visit



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