Maximize Your Adventure With The Ultimate Off-Road Fuel Tank

Imagine being able to go farther, explore longer, and worry less about your next refueling stop. We’re not just talking about any fuel tank; we’re talking about the lifeblood of your off-road adventures. Let’s unravel the mysteries of off-road fuel tanks, focusing on how they can turn your vehicle into an unstoppable explorer. 

Whether you love vintage Ford Broncos or just love the thrill of the trail, you’re in the right place to fuel your passion.

Off-Road Fuel Tank For an Early Bronco Lets You Go Further

Extended Range: Fueling Your Freedom with an Off-Road Fuel Tank

Picture this: You’re behind the wheel of your vintage Ford Bronco, the wilderness ahead is calling, and you’re ready for adventure. But wait, what’s that? Your fuel gauge is flirting with the ‘E’? Not on our watch! Let’s talk about fueling your journey with a game-changing upgrade – the Krawlers Edge Stainless Steel 23 Gal Early Bronco Off-Road Fuel Tank. It’s like giving your Bronco a bottomless cup of coffee for the road!

The freedom of the open road calls for an answer, and what’s better than a fuel tank that lets you roam further? Off-road gas tanks are more than just containers; they’re your ticket to longer, uninterrupted adventures. 

Think about it: doubling your usual travel distance, discovering those hidden spots, all without that constant worry of running low on fuel. Let’s explore how a bigger tank, like the Krawlers Edge 23 Gal for vintage Ford Broncos, can change your travel game. It’s all about saying goodbye to frequent fuel stops and hello to more adventure.

Durability and Material: Built to Last 

When it comes to off-road fuel tanks, it’s not just about how much fuel they can carry, but also how well they can withstand the rough and tumble ride on the trail. Materials matter a lot here. 

Think of these tanks as the rugged hiking boots of the fuel world. They need to be tough enough to handle all kinds of weather and terrain. 

We’ll look at materials like the sturdy polyethylene used in many portable tanks, which stands up well to harsh sunlight and rough conditions, and our stainless steel fuel tank with integrated skid plate that keeps your fuel safe and secure, no matter where your journey takes you.

Versatility and Mounting Options: Custom Fit for Your Ride

In the realm of off-road fuel tanks, one size doesn’t fit all. Versatility is key. Think of this as customizing your vehicle’s backpack – it needs to fit snugly and suit your style. 

Whether you’re mounting the tank inside your rig, on a trailer that you’re towing, or maybe even creatively on the exterior, options abound. This section will cover the different mounting options that cater to various vehicle setups and preferences. 

It’s all about finding that perfect spot where your fuel tank can sit comfortably, ensuring it’s both accessible and secure, no matter how bumpy the ride gets.

Fully Assembled Early Bronco Fuel Tank by Krawlers Edge

Capacity and Size: Tailoring to Your Needs

Choosing the right capacity for your off-road fuel tank is like picking the perfect backpack for a long hike. It’s all about balancing your needs with the space you have. 

We’ll guide you through selecting a fuel tank and portable tank that fits your vehicle like a glove and meets your fuel needs, ensuring you’re always ready for the long haul.

​​When you’re considering the size and capacity of an off-road fuel tank, it’s important to assess your specific needs and constraints:

  • Trip Length: For shorter excursions, a smaller portable tank (around 5 liters) might suffice. But for longer, more remote adventures, you’ll want a larger capacity (20 liters or more) to ensure you have enough fuel.
  • Vehicle Space and Compatibility: Assess the available space in your vehicle. Larger tanks might offer more fuel, but they also require more space. Ensure the tank you choose can be accommodated without hampering vehicle functionality.
  • Weight Considerations: Remember, more fuel means more weight. It’s vital to balance the need for extra fuel with the impact on your vehicle’s performance and handling.
  • Fuel Consumption Rate: Consider your vehicle’s fuel consumption. More efficient vehicles might not need as large a tank for the same range.
  • Off-Road Conditions: In rougher terrain, a more robust and securely mounted tank is necessary to prevent damage.
  • Budget: Larger tanks tend to be more expensive. Balance your fuel needs with what you’re willing to spend.

By considering these factors, you can choose a tank that best fits your vehicle and adventure style, ensuring you’re well-prepared for your off-road journeys.

Spotlight on Krawlers Edge Aftermarket Fuel Tank

Now, let’s shine the spotlight on our Krawlers Edge Stainless Steel 23 Gal Early Bronco Fuel Tank. This isn’t just any fuel tank; it’s a remarkable blend of capacity and durability, tailor-made for vintage Ford Broncos. Here’s why it stands out:

  • Material: Made from high-grade 304 stainless steel, it offers exceptional resistance to corrosion and rust, making it a reliable choice for harsh off-road conditions. Our powder coated skid plate and strap offer an added layer of durability.
  • Capacity: With a generous 23-gallon capacity, it significantly extends the range of your Bronco, perfect for long, remote adventures.
  • Design: The tank is engineered to fit seamlessly in your early Bronco, ensuring not just compatibility but also enhancing the vehicle’s overall aesthetics.
  • Compatibility: Compatible with both OEM frames and our Kincer Chassis frame without any modification to the frame or body.
  • Additional Features: It includes a high-quality 340 lph Aeromotive fuel pump and a 73-10 ohm ISSPRO sending unit, ensuring efficient fuel delivery and accurate level readings.

This tank is an excellent example of how specialized off-road fuel tanks can elevate your vehicle’s performance and reliability in rugged environments.

Alternative Fuel Storage Solutions: Thinking Outside the Tank

Modular systems like Rotopax offer a flexible and customizable approach to extra fuel storage. They’re particularly handy for those who need versatility in their setup. 

These systems allow you to carry smaller amounts of fuel securely and can be easily mounted to various vehicle types. They’re a great option for adventurers who might not need the capacity of a large tank but still want the security of extra fuel. 

These alternative solutions can complement your off-road setup, offering both convenience and adaptability on the go.

Adventure Series Early Bronco Chassis with Upgraded Stainless Steel Off-Road Fuel Tank

Cost Considerations: Balancing Budget and Needs

When it comes to off-road gas tanks, the price tag can vary widely. It’s not just about the size and capacity; the material, and additional features play a significant role in determining cost.

High-quality materials like stainless steel may cost more but offer better durability. Specialty tanks, especially those designed for specific vehicle models can also be a huge savings in time and headaches which make them worth their price tag.

It’s clear that the right fuel tank can significantly enhance your off-road adventures and save you a lot of time and worries about running out of fuel on the trail. 

Whether it’s the extended range provided by a large tank like the Krawlers Edge fuel tank, the flexibility of added modular systems like Rotopax, or the considerations of mounting, cost, and weight distribution, each element plays a vital role in preparing your vehicle for the challenges and joys of off-road exploration. 

The key is to assess your specific needs, vehicle capabilities, and personal preferences to make an informed decision. With the right setup, you’re not just preparing for a journey; you’re setting the stage for unforgettable adventures. And at Kincer Chassis, that’s what it’s all about.


Does the Krawlers Edge tank come fully assembled?

Yes, the Krawlers Edge Stainless Steel 23 Gal EFI Early Bronco Fuel Tank comes fully assembled. This feature adds to its convenience, allowing for easier and quicker installation, so you can get back on the road (or off it) faster.

Do you test your fuel tank prior to shipment?

Yes, we pressure test our fuel tank twice prior to shipment. The first pressure test occurs once we are done TIG welding the tank to ensure all welds are leak-free. After assembly, we pressure test the tank again to ensure all fasteners and gaskets are leak-free. In addition, we also test the fuel pump for proper operation after assembly. All tanks are serialized ensuring records are available for every tank we ship!

Does your off-road fuel tank come with a skid plate?

Yes, the Krawlers Edge Stainless Steel 23 Gal EFI Early Bronco Gas Tank does come with a skid plate. This added feature provides extra protection for the tank, particularly useful for off-road driving where the underside of the vehicle is more susceptible to hits and scrapes. The skid plate helps to safeguard the tank against rough terrain and obstacles, ensuring durability and reliability during your off-road adventures.

Does your fuel tank have a drain?

Yes, our Bronco fuel tank has a drain to make any repairs easy should you ever need to replace a fuel pump or sending unit.

Do you have to relocate the fuel tank to fit on the Bronco?

No, you do not have to relocate the fuel tank for it to fit on the Bronco when installing the Krawlers Edge Stainless Steel 23 Gal EFI Early Bronco Fuel Tank. 

It is designed to fit seamlessly as a bolt-on unit, which simplifies its installation.

This means it can be directly attached to your Bronco frame using bolts, without the need for extensive modifications or specialized tools. This feature enhances its ease of installation, making it a convenient choice for Bronco owners looking to upgrade their fuel system.

Will this help me in overlanding in my Early Bronco?

Absolutely, the Krawlers Edge Stainless Steel Fuel Tank can significantly enhance your overlanding experience in an Early Bronco. The increased fuel capacity of 23 gallons allows for extended range, which is crucial for long-distance overlanding adventures.

This means you can travel farther and explore more remote areas without worrying about frequent refueling. Additionally, the durability and added protection from the skid plate make it well-suited for handling the challenges of off-road terrain, ensuring a more reliable and worry-free adventure.

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