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    Default Carrying Diesel thru Canada?

    Anyone know the limit of diesel that can be carried thru Canada in a auxiliary tank? Also does it need to be plumbed into truck tank?

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    I just made a trip to CO and I carry a 50gal in the bed and I also carried two 15 gal jugs in the bed as well and was not even asked about it either way.

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    We went snowmobiling a few years ago and had 200 gallons. No problem

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    Thanks guys, I've made about ten calls and cant get a solid answer.

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    Saw a guy a couple years back with a 150 gal heating fuel tank in the bed of the truck, up from the south and quite proud of his fuel system.

    The Canadians often have Aux fueling tanks with pumps in their trucks, see Ft Nelson and Ft St John areas.

    Should be no problem.

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