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fuel tank bulkhead connector

I am trying to install a fuel pump in my fuel cell. I will not pay the price they want for a bulkhead connector to safely power my pump. I went to the wrecking yard to see how the oe's do it and removed one from a dodge truck tank . It clips in a plastic hole with a oring has a weather tite plug and would be perfect but I would have to machine a bung to duplicate the factory tank hole. Then I would have to weld that in my powdercoated lid on my 1000 dollar fuelsafe cell . now I am thinking that all I need is a pass through connector with two #12 ga wires that has an o ring and a nut to tighten it in a hole drilled in the bulkhead . I will put my own connectors on in side and out . I realize that is what fuelsafe sells but they want like 200 for the little basterd. I found a elect outfit that does aerospace connectors and they offer one like I want and I am going to call tommorow and talk to them. Ill pay 20.00 or so but not 200 just to power up this pump.

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