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Old 07-29-2013, 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by rover67 View Post
the FJ60 tank actually has a spot for a hole to be cut for an in tank pump (like the FJ62 tank).

Or you could swap a 62 tank.

not a suggestion, just and FYI.
While I was changing the oil in the 60 today, I took a close look at the fuel routing. Then I slapped my forehead. D'oH! There is only one line to the carb. There are two lines from the frame to the fuel pump (one with filter is obviously the inlet). Obviously the return is between the pump and the tank, not the pump and the carb. This would make the fuel in the line between the pump and the carb hotter, but it is under pressure so it shouldn't boil as readily as the inlet between the tank and the pump which is under negative pressure.
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