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Old 30-09-10
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A 125 litre tank would be very good but
im not interested in moving the spare
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Thats sounding positive zanks. Im sure someone will nut out a replacement tank.
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A 125 litre tank would be very good but
im not interested in moving the spare
Same here, the way Challenger's rear is designed is one of the important reasons I bought the thing.

Ok that sounds terrible!!
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The Brown Davis tank would be ~$1050 plus fitting (unless your the test mule), which i reckon is not bad for a near on 100% increase in tank size.

And it keeps the spare underneath avoiding the cost of a spare wheel carrier which aside from the nuisance factor, would near enough double the cost of the exercise.
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The Long Ranger rep at the Perth 4WD show a few weeks back said a tank one was coming, however had to lose the spare. Bummer.......
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The Brown Davis tank would be ~$1050 plus fitting (unless your the test mule), which i reckon is not bad for a near on 100% increase in tank size.

And it keeps the spare underneath avoiding the cost of a spare wheel carrier which aside from the nuisance factor, would near enough double the cost of the exercise.
I wasn't aware of this option by Brown Davis. Thanks I'll keep an eye out on this one
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I just rec'd this email from Brown Davis
Hi Peter,

Thanks for your email in relation to our long range fuel tanks.
I apologise for the delay in replying.

We are looking at designing a fuel tank for the 2010 Mitsubishi Challenger
in the New Year.
This tank will be similar to our Triton tank and will be a replacement tank
of around 135 litres.
Our Triton tank retails for $1050.00 and this tank will be of a similar
price.
This tank will not affect the spare wheel.

Please call if you have any further queries.

Regards,
Julie Gillard

Ph : +61 (3) 9762 8722 Fax : +61 (3) 9762 9829
Brown Davis Automotive Pty Ltd. 47 Holloway Drive, Bayswater, Vic 3153,
Australia
jgillard@browndavis.com.au www.browndavis.com.au
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Maybe triton owners are best to answer this but would the extra weight require a suspension upgrade?
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Maybe triton owners are best to answer this but would the extra weight require a suspension upgrade?
Only if you were going to carry a full payload as well.....ie; 5 adults and gear in the back.....as the extra fuel would weigh 60 odd KG's ( equivelent to a teenager in weight ), it wouldn't make much difference....you certainly wouldn't feel it performance wise..
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