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Hey guys,

I just picked up a spun aluminum fuel tank for my rhino. What i want to know is... Do i need to add a spot on the new tank for the overflow line or can i just delete the line all together?

Thanks in advance
 

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Hey guys,

I just picked up a spun aluminum fuel tank for my rhino. What i want to know is... Do i need to add a spot on the new tank for the overflow line or can i just delete the line all together?

Thanks in advance
Are you refering to the fuel return line?
 

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So the stock tank has a fuel line and overflow line that connect to the pump anlong with
a vent. Do I need all of them?
 

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Ok so I need to weld in a couple of bungs. Are all these lines
Because the pump is vacum powered? Could I upgrade to an
Electric pump like my rail has? I have a similar tank in my rail
With just the fuel pick up
 

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Ok so I need to weld in a couple of bungs. Are all these lines
Because the pump is vacum powered? Could I upgrade to an
Electric pump like my rail has? I have a similar tank in my rail
With just the fuel pick up
Even with a electric pump such as the facet, you need the return line on the rhino. Both carbed and injected have them.
 

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Ok so I need to weld in a couple of bungs. Are all these lines
Because the pump is vacum powered? Could I upgrade to an
Electric pump like my rail has? I have a similar tank in my rail
With just the fuel pick up
Even with a electric pump such as the facet, you need the return line on the rhino. Both carbed and injected have them.
Right on. Thanks for all the info onebuilder, I'll just add the connections to
the tank. Have a good weekend!!
 
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