Well it was never about utility. As you know i've been hooked up with a 4 inch lift by our profound member you know. Now with a winch setup weighing about 70-80kgs at the front all the weight is actually at the front. The rear was 6 inches high than standard which causes huge problems with the suspension and with no real grip as there is no weight at the back. With a 230 liter tank filled up 3/4 it comes down to 4 inches balancing out the vehicle and that weight makes the tires stick to the road. I was having problems with the tail spinning out every turn at normal speeds which is quite unusual for a 4x4 humongous 4x4 to do.
The second reason i did was the local fuel contamination. I've filled up the Np at almost every pump in hopes of getting uncontaminated fuel but with no luck. I get 10 liters of water in every 100 liters of fuel plus the crap which flows in from the tanks. What i do is simply fill it up let it sit for a night, then i open up the drain nut and let the water out and close it up as soon as the diesel starts to flow out. A crude technique for filteration but it works for me. You know that is the reason why Common rail diesels have a very short life in pakistan and so EFi one's also have a minor issue with this. If i don't drain the water and just use what comes from the pump i am prone to loose the pump and injectors at a very fast pace.
I do agree that this tank is a bit controversial but makes my life a bit easier.