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Old 02-09-2012, 04:42 PM
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Question Replacing Factory Fuel Pump??

I am looking in to replacing the factory fuel pump located inside the frame under the drivers side. and I was just wondering if I should go back to the factory pump or do they make an aftermarket pump that would take it's place ie.. Fass, Airdog, Raptor. etc.. I am not that knowledgeable in mechanics. I have a mechanic who checked it out and said it is very weak and needs to be replaced in the near future. So i am just looking for the best route to go for.

Any info is great info.. Thanks,

Keith
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:44 PM
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You can go with Air Dogg, or Fass, I have not seen Raptor.

They will mount on the frame, but not the same way as the factory one does.
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You could also check out aeromotive
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the airdog II gets my vote as well. Will feed anything your heart desires. I run one and it has worked fine. My wife's truck has one as well and it keeps the hpfp fed no problem. My dad's 3500 dodge has the a-1000 and it has no trouble keeping those firehoses for sticks he has fed at all.
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Kdogg are you feeding yours from the draw tube or a sump?

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I have a titan tank and draw from the bottom where the factory draw tube would go, it looks like a built in sump of sorts. Just used a 1/2'' fitting drilled in the bottom.
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