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Transfer Flow Refueling Tank & Tool Box Combos


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$2,310.18 - $3,149.14

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Product Details

Product Name: Transfer Flow Refueling Tank & Tool Box Combo
Manufacturer: Transfer Flow
Fitment Notes: Universal

Transfer Flow designed a mobile refueling station with room to keep your supplies and gear secure. The tool box is equipped with locking paddle handles and gas-filled shocks that make it easy to open and close.

The patented 70-gallon refueling tank and tool box combo pairs the popular over-the-rail tool box style with a versatile adjustable design that ensures the tank fits nicely with appropriate weight support.

Transfer Flow refueling tanks are Department of Transportation (DOT) legal to carry and transfer gasoline, diesel, methanol, ethanol, kerosene, and aviation fuels, and feature an easy-to-use purge function that moves remaining fuel in the hose back into the fuel tank.

Transfer Flow Refueling Tank & Tool Box Combo Features:

  • For drivers who own ATVs, boats, generators, landscape or farming equipment, or want the option to fuel their truck or additional vehicles
  • Comes with 12-volt GPI fuel pump, 12 ft. hose, nozzle, fuel cap, wiring harness with cab-mounted power switch, and mounting hardware
  • Easy-to-use hose purge feature eliminates messes
  • Pumps up to 8 gallons per minute
  • Built from 12- and 14-gauge ReliaSteel , high-yield U.S. aluminized steel, for superior durability and strength
  • Baffled to prevent fuel sloshing
  • Gas-filled shocks for easy opening and closing
  • Stainless steel locking paddle handles
  • 6-year, unlimited mile warranty
  • For more information on Transfer Flow call us at 1-859-737-4966.


  • Does this come in gravity feed

    Billy carter | 1/30/2022

    Not at this time.

  • Can this be gravity fed into the original tank? If it depends on the state I am in Arizona.

    Ivan Martinez | 1/30/2020

    No, these tanks are designed to be used with a pump system.