Does the overall length include the mounting brackets and if not, how much do they add to the length? Also where exactly are the brackets located (dimensions please) as my 2011 F350 has an upturn in the bed where the factory fuel inlet resides.
"Aluminum tank is designed specifically for transferring diesel fuel and other nonflammable liquids from the bed of a pickup truck to remote or heavy equipment. Unit combines a transfer tank with a storage box on top. Diesel install kits Item#s 3490901, 3490902 and 43748, are also available sold separately. U.S.A. It is the user's responsibility to comply with local, state and federal requirements pertaining to safe transportation, loading and discharging of tank contents. Box Dimensions L x W x H in. 48 x 20 x 6 1/4, Fits Models 6 and 8 ft. beds, Lock Included Yes, Compatible With Diesel, DOT Approved Yes, Shape Rectangle, Tank Dimensions L x W x H in. 55 x 20 x 13 1/4, Tank Size gal. 60, Lock Type Stainless steel key locks, Material Type Aluminum, Tank Type Transfer/auxiliary, Finish Type Diamond plate, Includes Large opening for fast fillup, Overall Dimensions L x W x H in. 57 x 21 x 19 1/2. Baffled tank for reduced fuel sloshing Storage box is offset to allow for installation of 12V or manual pump Fits short bed Not intended to be used for gasoline"