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Old 18-04-17
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Default For all of us who've been impatiently waiting.....

Well it's official- ARB have finally released & priced the new Frontier 128L fuel tank.
Dropped in there today & the manager handed me the info sheets.

See attached images of spec sheets & formal quote.

Sounds pretty damn good.

No info sadly on how low it will hang under the car other than the spec sheet wording as you'll see.

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Don't know why the first & third photos have spun sideways??
Feel free to fix please mods.

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Im keen...just wanna wait and see how much lower it hangs than my current tank and asfir bashplate

Hopefully no lower at all!
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$2k for an extra 40L!!! I'll stick to a couple of jerry cans.
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Great work ARB, you have missed a model. Where is the NP?
I am sure it will fit, as it is identical to the NM.
Combine this tank with the LRA 81L aux tank, and you have some serious range!
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$2k for an extra 40L!!! I'll stick to a couple of jerry cans.
$1895 in Queensland, including $155 for a modification plate. I don't believe all states take the mood plate, but you might get stung more for freight to WA.

It's houses for courses in my opinion - I spent a lot to get an extra 40 litres in Shorty, and reckon it's one of the best mods I've made.

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Awesome!! To me it's a great idea and not that horrendously expensive. Will they do fitting instructions as that would make it even more affordable.

I found the 90L a bit annoying on long road trips. I always carried 2 jerries and have never had to use them, but the extra range would have mean I could have been a bit more fussy on which petrol stations to fill up at and a big plus when towing.
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I don't have an arb tank obviously, but crossing the Nullarbor last week, Nundroo to Norseman (1050km's) without having to stop for fuel and still having half a tank load left was nothing short of freaking awesome. Love a long range tank - once you get over the purchase cost.
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I don't have an arb tank obviously, but crossing the Nullarbor last week, Nundroo to Norseman (1050km's) without having to stop for fuel and still having half a tank load left was nothing short of freaking awesome. Love a long range tank - once you get over the purchase cost.
The extra 20lt in the ARB $2000 fitted tank is a top up. It's less than a quarter of the standard tank.
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The extra 20lt in the ARB $2000 fitted tank is a top up. It's less than a quarter of the standard tank.
Extra 40 litres.
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