TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 79 SERIES SINGLE CAB (2016-PRESENT)
INDEPENDENT FEED AUXILIARY LONG RANGE FUEL TANK
The Brown Davis 110lt auxiliary fuel tank increases the Toyota Landcruiser 79 Single Cab from 130lt fuel capacity to a massive 240lt. The Brown Davis auxiliary tank is located in the middle of the vehicle, ideal for weight distribution.
The Landcruiser 79 Auxiliary Tank fits with most aftermarket single exhausts. Twin Exhausts however may require alteration. The base of the Brown Davis tank follows the line of the vehicles chassis, having no effect on the vehicles ground clearance or ramp over.
PART NUMBER: TL79SCA1
TANK TYPE: AUXILIARY
CAPACITY: 110 LITRE
FILLER POINT: DRIVERS SIDE BEHIND CABIN – FILLER SUPPLIED
FUEL SUPPLY METHOD: INDEPENDENT FEED
TANK LOCATION: UNDER MIDDLE OF VEHICLE- DRIVERS SIDE
FITTING TIME: 5 hour/s
MODIFICATIONS: NONE REQUIRED
COMMENTS: DESIGNED TO FIT WITH STANDARD EXHAUST- SOME AFTERMARKET EXHAUST REAR HANGERS MAY INTERFERE WITH CROSS MEMBER
INDEPENDENT FEED SYSTEM
PART NUMBER: TL79SCA1
This system is designed as a change over system, which means at the flick of a switch the driver can independently feed the engine directly from either the main or Brown Davis auxiliary tank. This allows the operator to empty the rear tank and feed the engine directly off the Brown Davis auxiliary tank. This gives you the ability to manage weight distribution in keeping weight forward of the rear axle. This is the same system as the early 79 Series single cabs and 100 series with twin tanks. All parts and hardware for install are supplied.
Auxiliary Fuel Gauge
LED Auxiliary gauge supplied in the independent feed system allowing you to monitor the auxiliary fuel level at all times. Installed typically under the dash above the gear stick.
MAIN/AUX rocker switch which allows you to quickly choose which tank you wish to feed the engine from. Installed in a factory Toyota switch knockout.
6 Port Change Over Valve
6 port change over valve, supplied in the kit in which makes the independent feed system possible.
- Feed from main tank
- Return to main tank
- Feed from auxiliary tank
- Return to auxiliary tank
- Feed engine
- Return from engine