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Fuel pump - which one?

I'll have the bed off the rig next week and, while off, I'm going to do a fuel pump (01, 7.3, cc/sb). I'm having no issues but figured I'd take advantage of not having to drop the tank to get at it.

Which one do I want? Stock Ford replacement or should I bump it up a notch?

Experiences?

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Are you just looking for a supply pump or a fuel filter, air separation system? We went with a FASS setup for our truck but it all depends on your budget. They have a nice supply pump that will do the trick and cost 1/3 as much.

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just the pump that resides in the tank.

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You shouldn't have a pump in the tank. All the ones I've seen have been on the framerail so you would'nt need to drop the tank to change the pump.

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ok...that makes things easier...thx.

if I decide to do it anyway, what pump do you guys suggest? The truck will remain 99% stock it's whole life. -Just looking for a good HD unit.

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What you do need to plan for is the hutch and harpoon mods, the "in-tank" mods. While the bed is off. Will reduce air going into the fuel system and allow you to fill your tank quicker and fuller.

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yes. i was planning the harpoon. I'll have to look into the Hutch...thx!!

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