- Jul 3, 2020
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- Taxifornia, soon 2b arizona
That's the basic idea, yeah. Below and behind is much better than above and in front. If a sump added to a stock tank (welding on a NEW one is a better idea than your old one) gets you to a point where you can mount the pump behind it, that should work.Anything's possible? If that's what I have to do I can make a bracket or whatever it takes to do so All I need to do is have the gas going into the pump so it doesn't have to suck gas over and into it, correct?
I think the problem with my sump-added stock tank was the factory shape was not conducive with the sump, feed to the sump wasn't great under acceleration.
Edit: I think TT5.9mags idea is an excellent one for you.