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Thread: 1969 Charger = no place to put pump = in tank pump = ARRRGGG!

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    Default 1969 Charger = no place to put pump = in tank pump = ARRRGGG!

    Ahhh... me and my big mouth! I have come to the conclusion that there is no suitable place on a 1969 dodge charger to install an inline pump setup that is still within 2 feet of the tank. I could have put it up above the passrear leaf spring behind the axle, but it would be too exposed to flying crud from the tires. I have made the executive decision to go with an in tank pump setup and should have my tank order in by Monday. Takes 4 weeks to process and will likely cost roughly $900.00 including tank, pump and shipping. Drat! Double Drat!

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    Default 1969 Charger = no place to put pump = in tank pump = ARRRGGG!

    I am starting to think it might be possible to strap the fule pump to the stock sender and rework the plumbing to include the pump in the flow circuit. I wonder if a capped tube around the filter sock with a few stratigicaly place weep holes would be an adequate fuel trap to avoid cavitation... Any thoughts on this?

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    msdtech1955 Guest

    Default 1969 Charger = no place to put pump = in tank pump = ARRRGGG!

    working on one right now.



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    Default 1969 Charger = no place to put pump = in tank pump = ARRRGGG!

    Looks good to me. How long? Or can I offer a bata test?

    With a B-body Mopar there is no good place to locate the pump

    other than in the tank. One spot I found was in front of the rear

    spring mount, behind the rocker panel.



    Chuck

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