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Old 01-25-2013, 05:08 AM
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sump to stock pump

i about to order a sump to help feed my 175cc. but i see no reason to ditch stock pump just yet as it works fine holds psi just want to take some strain off and down the road when i do a full fuel system il already be one step ahead now my question. has anyone done this and know what kind of fuel line i need to connect sump to stock pump. also so far is between beans or xdp for the sump unless someone has a better other option. as always thank you in advance
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Old 01-25-2013, 06:46 AM
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I've used 1/2" Parker push-loc hose to a quick connect to the stock fuel pump.
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I've used 1/2" Parker push-loc hose to a quick connect to the stock fuel pump.
Pneumatic & Hydraulic Hoses & Connectors | Pneumatic Hoses | Parker Push-Lok Hose, 1/2" O.D., 300 PSI, Air, Water, Oil, Blue | B603887 - GlobalIndustrial.com

like this or where did you get it from? also before i go lay under the truck 6 feet should work right? thank you
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This is what I use. Summit Racing® Twist-Tite Hose SUM-220786 - SummitRacing.com
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What does all this hose have to be blue!!!!!!
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Having just been under my truck for an HFCM swap, are you guys using 1/2" (-8AN) because you have larger injectors? The OEM line in my 2003 is a 3/8" (-6 AN). I'm curious because I am wanting to eliminate the straw in my tank.
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Re: sump to stock pump

I think the outlet on the sump is 1/2 inch.

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Thank you!! Ordered it
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Btw beans diesel has a sump is the cheapest and nicest one plus you get to pick from 3 colors will post pics when arrives
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Why not use one of these and save yourself $130? They're low profile, about a 1/4 inch (why would you run you truck so low on fuel that 1/4 inch would be an issue?) and they are much less expensive than a sump.

IMHO, unless you redesign the floor of your fuel tank to go to dip down into a "V" with your sump in the center of said low point, a sump isn't that much better of a design than a bulkhead fitting. I mean who really runs their truck THAT low on fuel?

-6 AN bulkhead fitting
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