Re: [DML] Re: Coil in Fuel Line to Prevent Collapse?
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Re: [DML] Re: Coil in Fuel Line to Prevent Collapse?

C'mon guys... Tuna can?  This is the type of junk that is often pulled out of tanks from dreaded previous owner cars.  If you have problems with the pickup, just replace the pickup hose and be done with it.  If you have problems with it getting too hot, put a hot air dam behind the radiator.  (You can make this or buy it)
I have no real problem with anyone modifying their car however they choose (although many times it is beyond me why they do it), but let's work on re-engineering parts of the car that really need it.
In almost 4 years, and over 60,000 miles in all kinds of weather (including summer Chicago traffic, summer Houston traffic, and daily 100+ degree St. Louis temps), I have NEVER (yep, not a single time) had to remove or replace anything in my gas tank.  --And I can run the thing dry on gas without an issue.  I agree that it's a pain to get all that crap in the tank lined up and installed, but do it once the right way and you can forget it for years.
Jake Kamphoefner
1063 - Tuna cans need not apply  :-)

----- Original Message ----
From: content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [DML] Re: Coil in Fuel Line to Prevent Collapse?

Sometimes my words aren't as clear as I intend, so let me restate my
position to minimize any confusion:

I think John's tank pickup is genius in its simplicity. Even if an
owner intends to eat one of those big cans of tuna fish, he or she
should buy one of John's kits anyway (you're going to need a new pump,
boot, screen, etc no matter what's under them). 

>--- In dmcnews@yahoogroups .com, "John Hervey" <john@...> wrote:
> Bill,
> All baffles are replaced no charge that break loose or have any
problems. So far I haven't found the right tuna can but I'm going to talk to Chicken of the tank any day. 

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