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    Did some needed updating on the truck. I replaced the frame mounted fuel pump with a in tank pump and replaced about 18 feet of rubber fuel line with stainless steel line . Its so much Quiter now , don't hear the pump tank at all. Cutting the 3.25 inch hole in the stainless tank was pita, used up 2 hole saws.

    Made some blocks to hold the lines. pic shows pressure line installed using gas line as a gromet, return line fills the other hole.
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    Another update on the truck was a new BearClaw latch on the passengers side door, it kept unlatching no matter what I did so I cut it out and installed a new one.


    Painted and will post pick.
    pic of paint, just need a little buffing
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    Fuel lines look nice. I have dulled so many drill bits on stainless, it is not fun to work with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by v8nutz View Post
    Fuel lines look nice. I have dulled so many drill bits on stainless, it is not fun to work with.
    its love hate relationship.
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    Very nice work! That stainless is definitely hard on hardware.
    Ryan
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