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Old 03-20-2019, 03:30 PM   #15
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Cut it and use a compression fitting to reattach ........used repairing trans cooler lines that have a lot more pressure......they make mini tubing cutters for tight places..

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Old 03-20-2019, 03:36 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Gump159 View Post
The generator runs independently and cuts off at a little less than a quarter of a tank. This line looks like it is going to complicate dropping the tank because it’s steel and goes through the frame rail The fuel return line is tucked inside the left frame rail and doesn’t feel like there’s enough slack in it to drop the tank. I am beginning to think they gave a fuel tank to Waldo and said “here, go build a motorhome around it.” Thank you everybody for your input
Again, first take a look at the floor above and see is you can't make an access hole above it and where the fuel lines enter. Then use a marine plate for future use.
If you have to drop the tank, try only the back end with leaving the front up somewhat. You may only need to see and replace some of the line.
Would this have a Carter electric pump, mounted on the passenger side, next to the tank, by any chance and can you see a split going to the genset?
Will the genset run, in fact?

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