This is my first DIY so bear with me.
I am going to show ya all how I installed my Holly pump and added pre and post filters.
Here is the parts list. I may have forgotten a few small parts but should be a complte list
Summit racing parts
1. HLY-12-150 FUEL PUMP The actual pump
2. 2- SUM-2200078B ½” compression fitting -8an male
3. 2-SUM-220847B ½” npt male to -8an male
4. 2- SUM-220890B -8an female to -8an hose
5. SUM-230806S.S. 6’of -8an hose (stainless steel braided)
6. SUM-890023 Fuel pump relay kit, comes with circuit breaker and small piece one might need
2- FIL 4770 filter head
1 - Cat 1r-0750
1 - Cat 175-2949 or fs1212(fleet guard)
2- ½” 90
4- ½” barb to ½” npt
2- 3/8”90* to ½”
2’ ½” fuel hose
4 hose clamps
I started off and mounted the filter heads and pump on a bracket I fab’d up. Then I used brass 90* to a barb fitting to hook up the pump and the two filter heads. I have a pre and post filter head because the water separation filter works better on a vacumm side. I mounted this all on the drivers side under the door, only place I could mount since I am a reg cab. The left filter in on the pressure side of the pump and right is coming from the tank.
Next I installed the regulator on the outlet of the filter housing mounted parrell to the ground.
Now you can run the pressure side hose to a convient spot, I believe each cab confiuration has a litle bit differt fuel line routing. Any way I cut the ½” line and used the compresion fitting to female -8an piece. I made the cut close to the tranny(zf6). I had to remoze a few brackets to get my tubbing cutter in there.
Just find a place that will work good for your exact set up.
This is where I was able to instal the other compression fitting. This is the line coming from the tank to the right filter housing. Like stated above just find a convient place to install. Make certin also that the compression fitting is very tight! I had to redo that fitting cause it was dripping slowly.
I don’t have any pics of me makin the hoses and installing the an fitting to the hose, it can be a pain but if you havent done it before just look it up on youtube and it will walk you through the process.