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roadrunner

Broke down in Bismarck

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I have a raptor 150 it just stopped working. My question is can you use the the raptor fuel line on the stock fuel pump? All my stock lines are there and capped but I lost my blue thing that connects the stock fuel line to the tank and I don't really want to drop my fuel tank in the parking lot it snowing and cold. I have changed the relay and this morning I'm going to check for power and all connections thanks in advance Jon

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I dont see why you could not use the raptors fuel lines as long as you can adapt to them. Is your raptor tied into the oe harness to trip the relay? If there is something wrong there you can connect power from a swithced power source to get you rolling again untill you have time to check it out properly. You coud apply 12v to the pump and see if it runs. Blown fuse maybe.

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Thanks Bill aka wild and free he fixed my truck hands down this is a great family and community of people thanks to everyone that helped me

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The Raptor pump is dead, it had power to it but it would do nothing. Luckily the guy he had install the raptor left all the OEM stuff so it was as easy as unhooking swapping the electrical connection back to the oem pump and unhooking the fuel lines at the tank and filter head and hooking up the oem fuel lines. The installer did a great job and left all the necessary parts on the rig.BTW roadruner is a great guy and has a super nice "BIG" family. Really friendly and fun to visit with.We will be keeping in touch.:thumbup2:

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WHAT ARE YA SAYIN'? ...is he F.A.T? :ahhh::lmao:

:lmao2:I will let him chime in on that one. "Big" was referring to his family size of 5 kids and wife, hats off to anyone brave enough to raise a big family in todays world. It takes a special kind of Human being to do that. :thumb1:

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WHAT ARE YA SAYIN'? ...is he F.A.T? :ahhh::lmao:

Yep I'm a little fat I cannot fit between the exhaust and tank to put the stock fuel line back on lol thanks again wild and free and the rest of the family for a quick response and all the help

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This post just made my day. I'm glad your back up and running and a forum member helped you out. Good people are few and far between.Luke

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I'm also glad that other members dove in with both feet to your aid... I hope to keep seeing more and more of this as time goes on. Roadrunner I'm glad your back up and runinng... I would contact AirDog about the pump.Thank you Wild & Free (Bill) for your efforts... :thumbup2:

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All I can say is WOW made my day that there is s till some decent people left in the world:thumbup2:

Roadrunner was in awe at just how many folks pulled up wanting to know if they could help. North Dakota is a great place that way.

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Glad Bill go ya fixed up, i would have loved to help but google is telling me it would have been about a 19hr drive to get to ya :lol:.-Jordan-

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Glad Bill go ya fixed up, i would have loved to help but google is telling me it would have been about a 19hr drive to get to ya :lol:. -Jordan-

Just as bad here... 987 Miles and 16 hours... http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=5525+highway+95,+New+Meadows,+ID&daddr=Bismarck,+ND&hl=en&sll=46.808327,-100.783739&sspn=0.181408,0.445976&geocode=FVFTsgIdoOoQ-SmD8YkE3eqmVDFpZd-f1YC6Mw%3BFQc9ygIdhSn--Slj6dhXEoPXUjGTyrv5Er2qzA&mra=ls&t=h&z=6
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Hey Marblechrusher Where did you find that Gif of me having summer fun?:thumb1::lmao::lmao::lmao:

Ha ha ha i just went to google and typed in Wild Bill Gif! :wow::lmao2: -Jordan-

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