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Gen 4 - Long Range tank

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11 Nov 2020 08:28 - 11 Nov 2020 09:17 #229918 by B3Hulk
Hi All,

Just saw on Loan Ranger website, they have an 80L tank available.

Would be interested to know if anyone has installed it?

thelongranger.com.au/suzuki/jimny/2018-current/tr87




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11 Nov 2020 09:22 #229919 by Roger Fairclough
My 40 litre tank will give me a cruising range of 350 miles - full to empty - which in the UK, at least for me, is adequate. This tank was designed for Australian outback conditions and as such would be a good idea when you take into account distances between fuel stations but we don't have that problem here. I did show an interest originally in this tank but it is to big and far to expensive so It's not for me.

Roger

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11 Nov 2020 09:53 #229920 by saxj

My 40 litre tank will give me a cruising range of 350 miles - full to empty - which in the UK, at least for me, is adequate. This tank was designed for Australian outback conditions and as such would be a good idea when you take into account distances between fuel stations but we don't have that problem here. I did show an interest originally in this tank but it is to big and far to expensive so It's not for me.

Roger


I'm lucky if I get 350km, with my lift and 235 Muddies.

When I had my Gen 3, I did a trip to Botswana where the longest leg without fuel stops was 1100km. I carried an additional 100l of fuel in Jerry cans. At the end of the leg I had 20l of fuel left.

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