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Ready to burn WMO, questions about upgrading my fuel system (FPHE/Electric pump)
Im ready to start collecting and cleaning my WMO and want to make sure my fuel system is going to be up to par and ready to handle the WMO without a problem. Ill be warming the truck up on D2 from the rear tank, then switching to the forward tank after its warmed up.
Question 1: Is polymerization a problem with WMO when using a FPHE with copper or brass, or is that only an issue with WVO? I want to install a FPHE in the engine valley but dont want to create an issue by using the wrong materials.
Question 2: I will store my WMO in the forward tank and a 110 gal L tank in the bed, possibly connecting the two via a simple drain valve. Do I need to consider adding or upgrading my fuel pump in the tank or in line? I replaced the mechanical lift pump a couple weeks ago, but am considering replacing that with an electric fuel pump and deleting the fuel bowl, opinions?
Is there anything else I should be looking at doing before making the switch to WMO?