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Old 05-14-2023, 09:01 PM   #21
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We're 3,700 miles into our Western Swing. Camping at Kaibab Paiuto reservation on our way to Zion tomorrow. Diesel has been very available and were getting 16.2 average MPG including the hills. My twin 5 gallon jugs have been "sleeping on the rack" full of fuel since we left the beach. I would still do the same thing as I'm a over prepared person. IMHO, the upgrade for over $1,200 isn't necessary. I always fuel up at the last, closet fuel stop before camping...so I have plenty of fuel in case I need to live off generator for a while and the chassis tank easily gets me to the next night...running 275-300 miles per day.

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Old 05-14-2023, 09:29 PM   #22
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Not exactly related:
Ths 52 gallon size storage addition on my 24.1 sits between the frame rails where a spare usually goes on a truck.
I access it through a hole cut in the rear bins floor.

Easy, fully welded.
My spare sits in the area you describe. Hangs from the underside.

That said, I agree with you on analysis of adding extra tank.
And our 24.1’s hold 55 gals. We consistently get 10-11mpg.
That’s over 500 miles. I can’t sit that long without cramping up.

The only thing to remember on these rigs is that you need a minimum 1/4 tank or more to run the genny.
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Old 05-15-2023, 02:30 AM   #23
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My spare sits in the area you describe. Hangs from the underside...
On the Axis the spare underneath would be swell but I have a rear mounted carrier and not planning on passing thru PA (other thread). But I do keeping looking at that space for an auxiliary poop tank for dry camping. But that would require a macerator, manual transfer, and precious fresh water to clean it up. Oh well.
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Old 05-15-2023, 02:40 AM   #24
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I tested my 24.1 for the quarter tank theory.
It was VERY UNCOMFORTABLE but I tried to run the 24.1 out of gas, just for the experience/memory/sequence knowledge.
I got down to about one gallon left before I chickened out. I put 53.5 gallons in the tank after my low fuel light came on and I went 65 miles further at maybe 10mpg/75mph.

Punchline;
The generator never turned off. It ran with almost no fuel in the tank. Possibly, if the engine is off the 'quarter tank' would happen, but, how do it know?

Urban myth?
Legal department mandated statement?

And
Gary,
Someone I know carries one of those awful rolling portable black tanks as a solution to longer stays. Straps it to his ladder.
I guess an additional one could hold water. It's EPA approved food grade the last I looked.
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Old 05-15-2023, 03:34 AM   #25
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Titan and S&B make a 60 XXL replacements for the forward tank bringing your total fuel capacity to over 100gal on the Magnitude.
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Old 05-15-2023, 09:13 AM   #26
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Zion GC and Yosemite tip. Be In position to get in by 9 am. After 10 RV parking is non existent. We took the Zion tram to the end then worked out way backwards getting on and off. The tram is great 😸.

GC has a dump station just outside there campground.
We stayed in the GC lodge 2 nights. I saw a couple of b plus discretely in the parking lot at night.
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