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The dimensions of a 300 gallon oil storage tank is often 8 x 2 x 30. That would be 8 feet long, 2 feet deep, and 30 inches tall.

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Depends on the manufacturer. Two thousand gallon tanks are usually 5 - 6 feet in diameter, by 12 - 14 feet in length.

That would be about 38 cubic meters.

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A military tank roughly holds 300 gallons

There are 69 300 cubic inches to a US gallon, and 83 225.92984 cubic inches to a UK gallon.

The gas tank on the 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer holds 13.2 gal..

brazil does import material from fossil fuels, but not the fuels themselves. brazil almost totally uses ethanol made from sugar beets it is interesting to note, a gallon of ethanol produces about 20% more horsepower, but also has about 20% less energy per gallon. this means a 100hp car in brazil could go 300 miles on a tank of gas, can only go 240 miles on a tank of ethanol, but with ethanol it would measure at 120hp. so what they did was to replace the motors.. (how many cars do you see made in brazil driving on the roads here? thats right, none. ) so the car that had 100HP now only has 65HP, but on ethanol produces nearly 100 hp, so no loss. and because the motor is smaller, it gets better gas mileage and it is back to the 300 mile range per tank. pretty cool huh!

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There are 3.78541 liters in one US gallon. 3.78541 x 300 = 1,135.623 liters. So, 1,135.623 liters of liquid will fit in a 300 US gallon tank. However, if you're referring to imperial gallons, there are 4.54609 liters in an imperial gallon. 4.54609 x 300 = 1363.827 liters. So, 1,363.827 liters can fit in a 300 imperial gallon tank.

25-28mpg (300 miles per tank) depends

A 2 gallon tank would likely cost more than an average household tank as it is not a common size. Average house tanks are about 30 gallons and cost around $250. 2 Gallon tanks are usually used as buffers in underfloor home heating systems and can cost as much as 300.

About 300 gallon.

About 21.4 miles per gallon. (300/14 = 21.4)

15 mpg (miles per gallon). The key to this 'word problem' is understanding that "miles to the gallon" or more commonly, 'miles per gallon', means DIVISION. So, 300 miles per 20 gallons means: (300 miles) / (20 gallons) = 15 miles per gallon.

Whatever size the customer orders. Sleeper berth line haul tractors can have two 150 gallon tanks for a total of 300 gallons. 240 gallons is more common. A smaller truck might have a 50 gallon tank.

They never fill it to more than 80% so when it is full you will have 240 gallons.

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a quarter tank is about 3 gallons 3 gallons will move my truck about 15 miles and my daughter's tinny car about 90 miles and my grandson's motorcycle about 300 miles.

If you don't run the A/C, you should make about 300 miles before you need to tank up again. <><><><> 540 miles to that tank of fuel

That depends - on how many miles to the gallon it does - and the size of the fuel tank! These days many can travel over 300 miles without refueling.