For those who have removed the fuel tank and switched sides for the ddm pipe is the process easy?

westsiderkg

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For those who have removed the fuel tank and switched sides for the ddm pipe is the process easy?



Also, are the factory fuel lines long enough after switching sides to reach the carb?



Thanks!
 

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For those who have removed the fuel tank and switched sides for the ddm pipe is the process easy?



Also, are the factory fuel lines long enough after switching sides to reach the carb?



Thanks!
Dunno about the pipe but you can buy fuel line by the foot.
Buy line that you can see through so you can see where the fuel is going.
Which vehicle is it?
 

Bigpopa64

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It's a pain in the ass you have to pull the rear gear box off the drive shaft runs threw the gas tank but it's not to bad.Jave you put blue locktite on all your screws that is metal on metal
 

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It isn't too bad the hang up is the center driveshaft. So the rear diff assembly has to come out. The stock fuel lines reach just fine
 

westsiderkg

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Thanks all. any good directions or videos on how to remove the rear diff? 1st time doing so and appreciate the guidance.
 
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I just did mine and while the gas lines are long enough the hoses coming from the tank rested against the pipe. I just used some small zip ties to hold it down so it didnt touch. I used the tank brace closest to the gas cap and the gear housing to secure it down. I flipped my truck many times and it still holding pretty good.
For those who have removed the fuel tank and switched sides for the ddm pipe is the process easy?



Also, are the factory fuel lines long enough after switching sides to reach the carb?



Thanks!
 

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