Titan 7010201 52 Gallon Mid-Ship Replacement Tank
2001-2010 GM 6.6L Duramax (CC-SB)
The Titan 7010201 52 Gallon Mid-Ship Replacement Tank for your 2001-2010 GM 6.6L Duramax Crew Cab, Short Bed provides you with additional fuel capacity for peace of mind whether driving down the highway or through remote rural areas. The increased capacity also gives you the ability to shop for lower fuel prices without having to fill-up every time you pass a fuel station.
Most stock (or original equipment) tanks are relatively thin and made of materials like Linear Polyethylene. TITAN Fuel Tanks are made of corrosion-proof, High-Density Cross-Linked Polyethylene (XLHDPE), which is bonded molecularly. Also, the nominal thickness of all TITAN Tanks is ¼ of an inch.
TITAN Fuel Tanks are so tough that they are backed by a 5-year, or 50,000-miles, limited warranty. TITAN™ Fuel Tanks utilize common sense design features, which simplify installation. They reuse most of the stock components, including the existing sending unit. The tank itself is nearly indestructible, but light enough to be hefted by one or two people. While a vehicle hoist and transmission jack are ideal, hand tools will get the job done. Lifetime warranty on tank body.
NOTE: LB7 Adapter Kit is REQUIRED to install a Titan Fuel Tank on 2001-2004 models (see below).
- 52 Gallon Capacity
- Fits Crew Cab, Short Bed Models
- 26 Gallons Increased Capacity Over Stock
- Installs In Same Location As Factory Fuel Tank
- Shield Available Separately For Off-Highway Protection (see below)
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5/30/2016 11:34 AM
Had my Titan tank on for 2 years when the Titan support bracket on the front of the tank broke allowing the tank to slide into the driveshaft, wearing it super thin. There customer service was terrible, guy on the phone was really rude, tried telling me it was my fault it broke. Titan made me buy a new bracket for a $150ish and low and behold when it shows up its an updated beefed up bracket. They knew they had a problem and where still jerks about it. I'll never do business with them again!
Titan 52gal for 2008 GMC Sierra LMM
(Elk Grove, CA)
12/20/2012 10:17 AM
This tank was a perfect fit for my 08 GMC. This was one of the best mod's I have done to this truck. This Titan is a must for towing your RV. The added fule range now is remarkable. All the OEM gauges work except the miles to empty on the on board computer. But thats not a problem since you doubled the fuel just double the miles til empty.
I might add I've had this Titan in for 2 years now without any problems...
7/9/2011 1:53 PM
Excellent tank for the money. I installed it by myself in four hours on the weekend. Filled it up and drove to Texas and back to Arizona on 3 tanks instead of six with the OEM tank. I did have a slight leak at the sending unit that was fixed by taking the tank down and scraping out the groove for the o-ring. I reinstalled everything, verified everything was tight - AND NO LEAK! Filled it with 46 additional gallons of diesel and no leak to this day in 110 degree Arizona heat. Can't wait to pull my trailer to see how far I can go on one tank. Great job Titan! I would recommend obtaining a tank for your vehicle just to increase your driving distance after one fill up. AWESOME!
Titan fuel tank
5/9/2011 9:33 PM
Installed the tank my self really easy, took about four hours. you do need fuel line tools, and make sure there are no sags in the vent hoses, or you wont be able to fuel fast, it will burp fuel at you. Looks good and you can't really see it.
The Titan Tank
11/26/2010 12:30 AM
I purchased the tank and had the dealership put in on. Overall, I am very pleased with the tank. I was able to drive from Dallas, TX to Albert Lea, MN on one tank and still had fuel left over. If only I had a 52 gallon bladder! The only thing I would encourage people to do when getting this tank, is to clean out any plastic shavings that may be in the tank prior to install. I didn't do that (nor did the dealership) and ended up with a clogged fuel filter. Further, my 'low fuel' light comes on for me with 10 gallons still in the tank. The 'estimated range' in the dash is not accurate, and from what I am reading online, can not be fixed. But the fuel gage works properly and the added weight of the tank and fuel is hardly noticed. I added the tank in preparation for getting a 5th wheel as well as enhancing the suspension.
Bottom line? I am happy with the tank. When I show it to my friends, I generally get, "Holy cow!"