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Frankenstein Did you put a 6.5 in a Camaro? A Duramax in a boat? A Cummins in a Chevy? A Powerstroke in a van? Then you must have a touch of the good Dr. Frankenstein. Post your stories, questions, discussions in here... this is intended to be a place to discuss your questions on how to, what to do, etc...

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Old 01-22-2020, 06:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ordered some parts that are easy to put on when the engine is out. PPE downpipe and up pipes. Look very nice, very high quality!

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Old 01-22-2020, 06:54 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Here are the pictures

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Old 01-22-2020, 10:36 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Did a little fuel tank work tonight. Plan on keeping the stock gas tank in truck and retrofitting sender from the diesel tank. Diesel tank is a lot bigger then the gas tank. The top of the sending unit and the fuel pump look like the same size. Removed both units from tanks and the diesel one is a couple of inches longer. They do collapse but doesnít go small enough to fit in to the gas tank. So what I did was removed the shorter rods and springs from the gas pump and put them on the diesel sending unit. Now it is the correct length. I had to trim the locating tab to be able to clock it correctly. Only problem I may have is the fuel fill neck is a little smaller on the gas tank then the diesel tank. I plan on using the diesel filler neck but donít know if I will have a problem with slow fill. I think I will be fine but only time will tell. Hereís a couple of pictures I took. The one shows the different size of the rods and the others show before and after pics in the gas tank.
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