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1996 Dodge Ram 2500 tanks

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  • 1996 Dodge Ram 2500 tanks

    1996 CNG Dodge Ram 2500. Going to have someone look at the tanks today. It has 50K original miles and runs good. I am guessing they are well expired. How much GGE could I get into this vehicle?

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    Re: 1996 Dodge Ram 2500 tanks

    seriously, I would not be putting any GGE's into those tanks, especially with Comdynes, which that vehicle came equipped with. You might want to isolate all of the out of date tanks and have a tank installed in the rear of the vehicle, as others have done with that vehicle. Then you safely and legally operate the vehicle.

    Bottom line, get some proper tanks in the vehicle, for every body's well being.



    • #3
      I knew a guy who said he was driving his 96 van with 5 year expired tanks. Don't know how smart that was. FYI

      Think your van has 4 tanks. Holds about 14 GGE I believe.