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Old 04-19-2014, 10:28 AM
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E-fuel for the RCLB 4x4 guys

I've read most of the e-fuel threads a few times and still am struggling to come up with a decent spot to mount the setup. The transfer case and front shaft provide no room near the inside of the frame. Curious as to where other RCLB 4x4 have mounted their setup? Worst case I can fabricate something.
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I think terry knight mounted his on the outside of the frame rail and was gonna make a protective box to cover it prom damage but has never got to it or needed to
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I just put the pump on the frame and put my filter under the hood. Depending on the pump you use (I used a stock SD 7.3 pump) there is a ton of room
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like frank said the pump is mounted to a plated welded to the outside of the frame rail, the filters are bolted to the cross member under the bed just behind the cab. tucked up nice and tight. i was going to build a cover for teh pump but haven't gotten around to it



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terryknight your setup was the best option I came up with so I may go that route.

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