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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-25-2018, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Electric fuel pump bracket

I know there are plenty of threads on electric pumps but was wondering if anyone actually sells a bracket to mount these? Planning on mounting it where it seems everyone else does next to the tank behind the diff.


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Every electric fuel pump I've purchased has come with a mounting bracket. Mine have usually been Carters.

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I guess Iím looking for a bracket specifically for that location. I see everyone has had to fabricated a bracket in the threads Iíve read.


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Ok, this is my location...on the other side of the tank bulkhead and behind the diff. Yes, this bracket came with the pump.
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Thank you. That gives me a flatter area for mounting.


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Thank you. That gives me a flatter area for mounting.


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Yeah, it's mounted to that lip above. That aluminum color is my fuel cell box............
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Run it first and see how loud it is. If its a holly, mount it in rubber.


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Yea itís a Holley Blue.


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