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Im looking for a lift pump. Just wanted to know if anyone had suggestions or where to find a decent price? also how do you hook them up? do you need to completly tear out the factory pump? am i better off going to a junkyard and picking up an old sending unit? what about the fuel cooling system? just any advise on where to look how to put it in etc would be appriciated.
 

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Personally, I would pony up the $$$ for an AirDog II. They are very easy to connect, as they have the quick connect fuel lines and it filters the fuel better than the factory one can.
 

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with the airdog do i have to modify the factory sending unit or remove the fuel cooler?
 

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^Haha I agree again :rof Some guys go with a raptor 150, however i believe the airdog is a better product, and offers more filtration, So i'm planning on going that route myself.

Here's the installation manual if you want to take a look to see how to hook one up.
http://www.pureflowairdog.com/manuals/A5SABC109.pdf
 

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Airdog is your best bet but I keep up to date on my filter changes and run an un-filtered pump. There is no stock pump so no worries on tearing it out and the fuel cooler stays because it is used on the return line from the injectors and not the line going toward the engine. Airdog has a neat install and it goes right in. With mine I just cut and tied into the line on my frame.
 

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^Haha I agree again :rof Some guys go with a raptor 150, however i believe the airdog is a better product, and offers more filtration, So i'm planning on going that route myself.

Here's the installation manual if you want to take a look to see how to hook one up.
http://www.pureflowairdog.com/manuals/A5SABC109.pdf
What can I say, when you got good taste, you got good taste.

That's another advantage with the AirDog II, there is no tank drop or pickup modification needed.
 

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Just like the boys said, AirDog II.
 

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^Haha I agree again :rof Some guys go with a raptor 150, however i believe the airdog is a better product, and offers more filtration, So i'm planning on going that route myself.

Here's the installation manual if you want to take a look to see how to hook one up.
http://www.pureflowairdog.com/manuals/A5SABC109.pdf
Airdog supplies the motors for the Raptor... it's even Airdog's warranty card you send back in to them....just saying

I agree on the more filtration though with the ADII
 
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