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It's been burning hot outside here but I've finally got around to working on my fuel pump. I'm replacing both pumps with a Kemso 340 lph. My question is how can I get it to fit in the hanger? It's a little longer than the stock pump. Thanks!
 

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It's been burning hot outside here but I've finally got around to working on my fuel pump. I'm replacing both pumps with a Kemso 340 lph. My question is how can I get it to fit in the hanger? It's a little longer than the stock pump. Thanks!
Fits in there pretty well.

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Just be sure to put the plastic tubing over the live wire, and to solder your connections. I'll see if I can dig up the posts of my install.

More photos for reference:

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Very helpful thank you! I don't have a soldering iron. I know heat shrink isn't better but would it work? Here's where I'm at so far

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Very helpful thank you! I don't have a soldering iron. I know heat shrink isn't better but would it work? Here's where I'm at so far

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Definitely don't use the heat shrink as the only means. Gasoline ate mine in less than 24 hours.

Probably going to have to invest in one. Ford ownership sorta demands it 😂

Weller is the best bang for your buck. There's a few starter ones out there that I'd highly recommend.
 


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