I used to own a diesel truck with a small fuel tank.
I liked to run the engine at the factory and then change the fuel tank once a year to keep it fresh.
But now that I’m retired, I’m thinking about putting my truck on a Cummins diesel engine.
I’m going to install fuel tanks on the top and bottom of the tank, as well as on the outside of the rear end.
I will also replace the fuel cap, the fuel lines and the fuel filter.
The diesel engine will be run in the same tank.
But the fuel tanks will be different.
I am going to replace the top tank with a Cummin fuel cell tank.
The Cummins fuel cell will allow me to run my engine in the tank for longer periods of time.
I’ve got the right parts and can do the job, but it’s a big investment.
So, I’ve put together this article to help you make the purchase and install your own fuel tank on your truck.
The first step is to get your truck certified.
Your truck should be equipped with the Cummins certification, but you may want to consider another certification such as the Cummin/CEC certified, Cummins Certified CNG, or Cummins CNG-P.
To find out more, check out our Cummins and Cummins certified truck article.
Cummins Fuel Cell Fuel Tank Installation Parts, Instructions, and Pricing If you’re not familiar with Cummins, they make diesel fuel tanks.
There are two types of Cummins: Cummins PCE and Cummin CNG.
PCE is Cummins’ first generation fuel cell, while CNG is Cummis’ third generation fuel tank with more efficient gasification and regenerative braking.
The CNG fuel cell uses an aluminum tube that runs the length of the fuel cell.
The tubes are welded together at a welding shop.
The cylindrical fuel cell has a flat bottom, and a flexible steel plate that supports the cylindric fuel tube.
To install a Cummis fuel cell on your Cummins engine, you’ll need: A Cummins plug adapter (C-Series, C-Series-P, or C-200).
The C-series adapter is used on the CNG/C-200 Cummins engines.
It’s also known as the C-100 adapter.