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post #1 of 4 Old 11-19-2011, 02:49 PM Thread Starter
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Air Dog Fuel Pump

I was draining my CCV canister today (3 drops) and someone in an 07 PSD XL work truck stopped by. Said he was into old cars and Diesel (saw my truck and Mustang today). He asked if I would instal his Air Dog system for him.

Straigh foward job? Just read directions or any tricks?

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Kind of depends on the kit he buys. The AD150 requires a drawstraw to be installed in the tank. AD has the instructions posted on their site.

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Is it an original airdog 100 or 150, or is it an AD2?

HeavyAssault is right. If it's a 150 you will have to drop the tank or lift the bed to install a new pick up. The one that comes with the 150 is crap. Plastic PVC pipe. I've got an AD 150 but instead of using their plastic draw straw I got one from ITP which was much better. If I had it to do all over again I would go with a sump.


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I second the sump idea, but it is a straight forward install.
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