Fuel Tanks

Designed to achieve the largest fuel capacity in the available space without compromising ground clearance, off-road performance or ease of installation.



Features
Maximum capacities available without affecting ground clearance or handling Gauged to exisiting dash fuel gauge
Replacement and Gas Conversion tanks use original pump and sender units Positive fuel pumping delivery system
Filled through the vehicle's original filler Aux. tanks use either a transfer pump or fuel solenoid and original pump (no syphons)
Fuel pickup corral to ensure fuel supply during adverse conditions Fully baffled to stop fuel movement and provide heavy duty structural support for 4WD use
Exhaust shields supplied where necessary Three-point chassis mounting system
Computer aided manufacturing process ensures close tolerances and high penetration seam welding Continuous MIG welded seams for maximum strength and durability
Magnetic drain plug to ensure continuing fuel system protection Tanks are pressure tested and inspected
Complete fitting kits including detailed instructions and diagrams All nuts, bolts and washers are sealed after manufacture
Tanks are primed and painted in a hammertone finish for surface protection All external openings are sealed after manufacture
All tanks designed to be fitted easily and quickly Full three year structural warranty Australia wide
Spare wheel carriers available for most 4WD models to relocate spare wheel  

tank kit
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The 4WD Systems range of tanks has been developed over many years of designing, manufacturing and refining. Our unique and often odd shaped designs optimise the under-vehicle space, ensuring maximum useable capacity to gain driving range and the best value ($ per litre capacity).The use of a long range replacement or auxiliary tank will dramatically improve the driving range of a vehicle from 50 to 200% depending on the tank and model of vehicle.

This increased range and preferred weight distribution provides the necessary safety margin when travelling in remote areas as well as the convenience and safety of not carrying jerry cans and the consequent instability of heavy, high loads.

The increased fuel capacity and distance between fuel stops allows fuel to be purchased at better rates (saving as much as 40¢ per litre in some outback areas).

Selected Replacement tank sizes (over 160 models)

Model Main Aux   Model Main Aux
Daihatsu Nissan
Rocky/Feroza 99 Li   GU Patrol 159 Li 78 Li
Holden GU Patrol Ute coil / leaf 170 Li  
Rodeo to-03 125 Li   GU with 2" Body Lift 176 Li 90 Li
Rodeo 03-on 129 Li   GQ Patrol 159 Li 78 Li
50 Li (SWB)
Jackaroo 91-on 133 Li 70 Li GQ with 2" Body Lift 176 Li 90 Li
Jackaroo to-91 155 Li 65 Li GQ CoilCab Ute 159 Li 123 Li
Ford / Mazda GQ Leaf Ute 155 Li  
Courier Bravo 99-on 125 Li   MQ Patrol LWB 160 Li 90 Li
Courier Bravo to-96 132 Li   MQ Patrol SWB 160 Li 70 Li
Ranger BT50 120 Li   Pathfinder 86-96 138 Li 62 Li
Jeep Pathfinder Pre-96 138 Li 62 Li
Cherokee XJ 125 Li 57LPG Navara D21
pre-97
160 Li  
Mitsubishi Navara D22
97-07
145 Li  
Pajero 99-on   60 Li Navara D40
06-on
149 Li  
Pajero 91-99 148 Li   Toyota
Pajero 88 to 90 132 Li 60 Li 100 Series all coil   170 Li
Pajero to-88 127 Li 68 Li 100 Series IFS 2.5T towbar   175 Li
Challenger 128 Li   100 Series IFS 3.5T towbar   139 Li
Triton to-06 136 Li   80 Series   190 Li
Triton 06-on 120 Li   78/79 Series 6cyl Factory Rear   168 Li
Land Rover 78/79 Series 6cyl   150 Li Rear
Discovery 125/139 Li 50 / 50 Li 76 Series   170 Li
Defender 99-on 135 Li   75 Series   90 Li Belly
150 Li Rear
168 Li Factory Rear
Defender to-99 130 Li   70/73 Series 155 Li  
Suzuki 60 Series 190 Li 74/113 Li
Sierra 75 Li   45 Series 135 Li 110 Li
      Prado 95 to-03 155 Li 69 Li
      Hilux 84-97 128 Li  
      Hilux 97-04 117 Li  
      Hilux 04-on 144 Li
      4Runner 84-89 125 Li  
      4Runner Surf 89-95 113 Li 120 Li

Can custom size to suit some tanks to suit Body Lifts POA

With increased fuel capacity you have more time to relax and explore, even with increased fuel consumption caused by variations in track conditions. This means you don't have to cut short your excursions or base an entire trip and timetable around fuel stops and availability.

This may seem unimportant until you find that you are unable to see all the interesting sites, or venture along a creek bed or rough track simply because of fuel constraints - getting too close to empty.


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Fuel Tanks
Fuel Tank 180Li fitted to 200 Series

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Fuel Tank 170Li fitted to Landcruiser 76Series

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Fuel Tank 170Li fitted to Landcruiser 76Series

Fuel Tanks
Fuel Tank 117Li suit Hilux 2002-05

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Fuel Tank 170Li fitted to 105Series Diesel - note good departure angle and clearance

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Fuel Tank 144Li suit Hilux 2005-on


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Recommendations

Julie & Terry of VIC
Nissan Patrol GQ LWB

Hi Tom, I Put my 159 ltr tank in today and it went in great and everything was in the right spot. I took some pictures for you I will take a couple more when I put the tow bar back on as I will paint it first. The instructions said trim 55 mm off the filler hose but I think that was too much and was more like 40mm, but other than that Perfect. I woudn't have any problems in recommending you to anyone. Great job on the tank. Thanks mate.


Tom M of Casurania NT

I had decided to buy a Long Range fuel tank but had heard stories of large capacity tanks cracking and other people who had electrical problems with smaller auxillary tanks, so to be honest I was a bit confused and 100% sure which way to go - 160Li tank or 70Li auxillary. I need not have worried.

All this was over years ago and the tank has been terrific and trouble free despite being pounded along some bloody awful roads with awesome corrugations and tracks needing very careful low range work to negotiate water crossings, large rocks and just about everything else you would expect to encounter in the outback.

These 'roads' include the Meerenie Loop Road, Ernest Giles Road, Gibb river Road, Bungle Bungles access road, many dirt roads in Kakadu National Park, the Top End and central Australia. In short it is tough tank!!!

The tank has been and continues to be and essential item fitted to the TD Patrol as it provides the means to undertake many shorter trips without having to re-fuel.
I had considered carrying extra fuel in a 20Li jerry cans but decided on safety grounds against this.

I have found the 4WD Systems tank very practical and extremely handy as I can sometimes take advantage of filling up in some larger towns on trips wheer fuel is much cheaper or making back to Darwin before re-fueling.


Dave T of QLD
Toyota LCR 80 Series

Thank you for your service and letting me to layby the items. There are not a lot of places that allow you to layby over the phone. I will be spreading the word about the quality and service we have recieved from you and staff