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New Lift Pump Q's

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Not sure wether I want to go with FASS or AirDog lift pump, but with either one do you have to drop the fuel tank or pull the bed?

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Nice write up... But there is a problem with both setups... Neither one is setup in a protected manner for offroad usage. I got tons of little dents and bings in the bottom of the rocker panels from all the sticks and limbs I ran over. The AirDog if you flat mount to the frame you'll find that the road debris even road gravel will beat the bottom of the filters till they could possibly leak. That why I kept the short bed bracket and mounted behind the transfer case. This way the skid plate protects the filters from damage. Now if your just a city street driver that fine... But offroad use is not exceptable for those mountings. Yes I backed into that location of the first pic... :stuned:

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Nice write up... But there is a problem with both setups... Neither one is setup in a protected manner for offroad usage. I got tons of little dents and bings in the bottom of the rocker panels from all the sticks and limbs I ran over.

The AirDog if you flat mount to the frame you'll find that the road debris even road gravel will beat the bottom of the filters till they could possibly leak. That why I kept the short bed bracket and mounted behind the transfer case. This way the skid plate protects the filters from damage.

Now if your just a city street driver that fine... But offroad use is not exceptable for those mountings.

Yes I backed into that location of the first pic... :stuned:

Hey,

That's why I did this:

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It sits up an inch or so from the transfer case skid plate!!!:thumb1:

Later,

Winslow

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