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Old 02-18-2015, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by majuro15 View Post
I'm thinking for those who need to fix this, would it be feasible to remove the fuel sender unit and get access through that hole? I know it's tight and would require small hands, but it'd save cutting a new hole in the tank.

I plan to remove the fittings this way and patch the wrongly placed hole from the outside. Then relocate the fitting. If planned out properly, I think I can accomplish it without too much extra work.

John, separate question but do you have a source for the electrical connectors you are using? They seem like a nice solution.

Thanks!
I don't think the hole where the Sender goes is big enough. Not even for a tiny hand....

As for the connectors... they are Weather Pak. I think I got them from a combo of Amazon and Waytekwire.com. They come in a combos of 2-3-4-6 and you can just get the pins for the right gauge wire. Combined with some heat shrink they work really good.
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