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    Default Converting to electric fuel pump on frame

    Have a 1998 k2500 slt suburban 7.4---has anybody converted to a frame mounted fuel pump ?????

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    I haven't heard of this yet, but I think the tank for the 90s Suburban is very similar if not the same to the 80s bodystyle tank. You may want to check to see if a carbeurated fuel pickup from an 80s Suburban would work. I suspect it would and would allow you to pull out of the tank and keep an operating fuel level sender.

    Why are you wanting to switch to a frame-mounted pump?
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    If you have to go into the tank to change the sender, might as well put the proper pump in.....Why are you wanting to do this, to go with a carb?

    I dont think a an external pump is going to give the pressure needed to run EFI

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