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Hey all, I'm going to be changing the fuel pump in a '99 F150 2WD Super-Cab. (V6 5 Speed FWIW.)
Am I going to be dropping the tank? Or not? I did a pump on another vehicle recently, (non-Ford), and the book called for a tank drop, but doing it in vehicle turned out to be rather easy. Will I be as lucky in this rig?
1985 F-250 Lariat Ex-Cab 4x4, 7.3 IDI, ZF5, ATS Turbo. My Mutt Truck
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You can drop the tank or remove the bed. One or the other.
( Phil )2003 SuperCrew: JLP Built Lightning block/Stage 3 heads and cams.
L-conversion/Kenne Bell upgrade blower at 16PSI/BTS,4R100 tranny/100 shot nitrous.
594HP/620TQ Without the Nitrous 1.68 60' time/11.76 @ 116.17 with the 100 shot.
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