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    I once saw a tanker/pumper that had dual tank to pump lines(3"). one on each end of the tank -it was for spotting it on steep hills. reasoning being you could get that last 100 gallons from the lowest end. I never asked the flow from tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slackjawedyokel View Post
    I once saw a tanker/pumper that had dual tank to pump lines(3"). one on each end of the tank -it was for spotting it on steep hills. reasoning being you could get that last 100 gallons from the lowest end. I never asked the flow from tank.
    I think Pierce is doing this as a standard feature on their tankers. We have a Pre-Con meeting in a few weeks, I'll double check that then.

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