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Where to plumb FP on stock system

Im going to add some gauges to my dad newly acquired 7.3 and am at a loss as to where i can plumb the FP sensor(1/8 npt). I have had E-fuel for a long time so i had no problem there but i cant recall where to put a sender. Eventually ill convert it to E-fuel but for now is there an obvious place im missing that everyone else plumbs to?

Edit: Nevermind Matt answered my question. 1/8 npt under the schrader valve

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