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Inside the cargo bed there’s a five-gallon air tank that’s fed by the home-fabbed air compressor system; a 22-gallon aluminum gallon fuel cell; small cooler; five-gallon fuel can; and spare wheel and tire. Recessed in the bed (visible in the foreground of this photo) is a toolbox. “When the truck came to me this was originally a homemade fuel tank of approximately 30-gallon capacity. I was never happy with it, but due to the fact that it was solidly welded between the framerails and probably contributing to overall rigidity of the frame, I opted to leave it in and convert it to a toolbox,” Regner says.