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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-19-2020, 12:23 AM Thread Starter
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FASS Lift Pump install using WEHRLI relocation bracket

Installed my Fass pump with Wehrli's new bracket


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Very elegant install with that bracket. They make one for a 2001-2016 too.

I hated the FASS bracket and original mount location. I moved mine to the second bed bolt on the drivers side.

I used a piece of old floor mat in front of the LR wheel to keep it from getting coated with dirt/gravel. It works but that new bracket would have saved me some inventiveness.
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FASS 95 Lift Pump (with Baldwin filters), Edge Insight CTS Monitor on a Windshield Mount, Nicktane Fuel Filter Adapter w/ CAT 306-9199 UHE tertiary fuel filter, Bilstein 5100 Stock Height, Bushwacker Bed Rail Caps, AMP Research Bedstep, Fumoto oil drain valve, Dorman PS Oil cooler, Pioneer AVIC 7200NEX GPS/Stereo, Air Lift LoadLifter 5000 Air Bags.

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Very nice setup.

I definitely will be looking into this come spring and I pull the bed off again to do some cleaning and changing up the lines a bit.

Definitely is more protected and hidden there vs on the bed bolt mount.

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I took this pic farther back so you can see how hidden it is
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Looks good maybe I'll make something & move mine. Won't be as easy to steal there.

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Very elegant install with that bracket. They make one for a 2001-2016 too.

I hated the FASS bracket and original mount location. I moved mine to the second bed bolt on the drivers side.

I used a piece of old floor mat in front of the LR wheel to keep it from getting coated with dirt/gravel. It works but that new bracket would have saved me some inventiveness.
This is exactly what I did as well, but used an old mud flap vice floor mat. Got the job done, but that bracket looks nice, may pick one up in the future when it's time to change out the fuel lines.

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