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Old 12-28-2014, 11:00 AM
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Upgrading my fuel system to a full -8 return and feed system and wallbro 400, I can drop a 400 into an 05 fuel basket without any cutting and need to know if it's be an easy swap and or been done before. All I can find is the part numbers are completely different. Also can I delete all the evap shit from under there without having any problems.

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Why not drop the Walbro 400 into your stock '03 basket? I had twin pumps in an '04 basket and needed to trim it slightly to re-use the original '03 lock and o-ring. The fuel tanks on the '03s are unique.. Also, I never removed the fuel emmisions components in the 11 years I owned the truck as I didn't want it stinking up the garage any more than it already was.
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Why not drop the Walbro 400 into your stock '03 basket? I had twin pumps in an '04 basket and needed to trim it slightly to re-use the original '03 lock and o-ring. The fuel tanks on the '03s are unique.. Also, I never removed the fuel emmisions components in the 11 years I owned the truck as I didn't want it stinking up the garage any more than it already was.
What pumps did you have? And what would you suggest pump wise I should do, should I run a twin pump? I'm running e85 by the way
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I had one stock '03 pump and one stock '04 pump in the '04 basket. The Walbro 400 should be fine unless you're going Pro Mod with your truck.
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