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Old 05-04-2019, 11:38 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I had one on my old '07 Dmax, with a pump, without any issues at all. I even plumbed it in through the vent tube instead of the actual filler neck. I just wanted to make sure everything was still legit.
This IMO this is the better way to plumb thru the vent tube with a T.
Slower transfer, less chance of issues with the fuel gauge.
Just remember to pay attention to the fuel gauge as your transferring, when it hits about 3/4 tank stop the transferring.
It’ll continue to go up a little from there.

I have a RDS 60 gallon aux tank with tool box, electric pump with normally closed solenoid on a switch when running warning light in the cab, powered only when ignition is on.
I recently added a 3mm amber LED flashing light next to my CTS2 on the dash, much easier to see when fuel is transferring, so hopefully I won’t forget.
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