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Old 03-15-2012, 11:51 PM
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hey guys, got the new tank in and the old one out of the cab now, 2 questions:



1. where did you guys that are doing an under bed tank run your vent line, i was thinking up under the drivers side fender well and using a line clamp to secure it to one of the fender flare bolts up top, but do you cap it or something or just leave it open, leaving it open seems like a potential hazard with it sitting in the garage, i dunno, what do you think

2. It shouldn't need an electric fuel pump right? the mechanical one should keep up just fine i would think, i new 3/8 rubber fuel line from the tank through the frame all the way to the inline filter right before the pump





on a side note, i have a bunch of parts taking up room in my garage, i will be selling them locally, no idea how to ship them, if someone here is interested in them let me know i will definitely knock the price down to get them out of my garage, or if anyone has any ideas how to ship the bigger items so i can try ebay please let me know:

Front driver and passanger fenders, descent condition, need the lower patch panels but other than those lower areas they are good

grill, needs to be painted, small dent should be easy to fix, if our bead blaster at work ever gets fixed i will clean it up

fender well headers, same i will clean them up if i can

inner fron fender wells with holes cut for the headers

stock gas tank, in good condition

probably some more im forgetting but this is it for now
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