~ 500 gals
115502.6 cubic inches
56 Gallons. There are many useful charts available for this question :)
usually it is on the frame (Chassis) under the driver's seat. it is about 3.5 inches long and about 3 inches in diameter (Just follow the fuel line)
This is a basic problem regarding fuel economy, or consumption. We have the givens of price at 3.50$/gallon, a fuel economy of 20 miles/gallon, and a distance of 1000 miles. Ignoring traffic, speed, and other conditions that means a consumption of 50 gallons during this distance. 50 gallons times 3.50$ equals the answer of 175$.
That depends on the shape and orientation of the tank.
=9.88 m (389 inches)
Underneath the vehicle on the driver's side. The inlet and outlet fuel hoses are on the same end of the filter and are attached with quick connect fittings. The filter is about 2 inches in diameter and about 3 inches long.
Need the length of the tank also to determine the amount of oil
Jet fuel weighs 6.8 lbs per gallon.
Diesel fuel weighs 1 gallon
The fuel filter is located just in front of the passenger side tire and is easily accessible. It is a large silver canister about 3 inches in diameter.
Because gasoline expands and contracts based on temperature, the industry uses a standard temperature -- 60 degrees Fahrenheit -- as part of its definition of a gallon. To the industry, a gallon of gasoline is the amount of fuel that occupies 231 cubic inches at 60 degrees. But at 75 degrees, the same amount of fuel occupies 233.4 cubic inches. At 90 degrees, the gas expands to 235.8 cubic inches. Look at the link provided and you will see the mystery of hot fuel and the money to be made by it.
It is about $3.10/gallon.
1 gallon of jet fuel weighs 6.79 pounds.
on the inside of the frame rail, driver side. its a silver canister looking deal a couple inches long and about 2" in diameter connected fuel lines.
The fuel filter is a metal cylinder about 3 inches in diameter and about 4 1/2 inches long mounted in the fuel supply line, in front of the fuel tank. Access is from the underside of the vehicle. It is connected to the fuel line with hose clamps and it is connected to the chassis with a u-shaped metal brace or a plastic frame/carriage fixed to the chassis.
Based on Type 2 diesel fuel, one Imperail gallon of fuel will weight 8.93 lbs
It Should Contain 72 Gal 43 Oz.
A gallon of fuel is approximately 6 pounds, so one pound would be about 1/6 gallon of fuel.
Those are not related units. Inches measure length, gallons measure volume. Are you referring to cubic inches? Please refine your request and post a new question.