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Old 04-16-2013, 10:58 PM
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Yes my goal is to have a complete assembled assembly like you have built. Dave
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:44 AM
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My pumps are bare without the insulated mount I think. One of the reasons I can get them at a good price. Way more than the $30.00 pumps though. Retail is around $160 or so. Same bosch part number as the factory bosch pumps in the insulation. Dave
Yep the pump with a bracket is mucho dinero, but they can be had for 20 bucks from an auto wrecker. Otherwise a fuel lab pump bracket or something would be just fine. That said, the bosch pump should look just as the one I posted in the picture.
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Old 04-17-2013, 05:18 PM
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Dave, here is a pic of how the bosch pump should come. Mine was straight out of a Ford box with the fancy mounting bracket. Note the extension piece on the right side of the pump.

And the second picture is the pump in its final mounting location with the adapter (blue in this case) and hose barb I linked in previous post. Again looks much better IMO.

Finally, for the 'built in' side of the Bosch pump which does not have a threaded extension and thus cant be modified, take a look at these links. Another diesel enthusiasts put me on the path to these (thanks!), running a super duty pump on the diesel side isnt as easy as it seems when the original fuel lines dont have the hardware there.
http://www.dormanproducts.com/p-49073-800-138.aspx
http://www.dormanproducts.com/p-27516-800-119.aspx

You could run those ^ on both ends, but I dont like the extension piece, and would rather do the fittings I mentioned before for the 'out'. But, the 'in' cant have that done, so hopefully the dorman links can sort out that side.

If this is confusing, it should be clear when the pump comes in. Essentially one side you can unscrew the tube, the other side you cant, hence the dorman fittings.

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Nice looking set-up. Well done!!
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:42 PM
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Krause ...check this out http://www.russellperformance.com/mc.../640850_lg.jpg
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That looks great Dave, do those attach to the SD pump? That would be the cleanest way to deal with this if they do.
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Good work Dave!!! Those fittings are awesome.

I have the parts list for the V3/V4 'Diesel Check Valve Relocation Kit' as well. The plan is to install (and photograph) the prototype on the engine going in my dually.

Bring on the veggiegarage.com ingenuity!!!!

Btw, what does the first production V3/V4 debris shield look like??
WHat is this new product for? Is this for people with hands that cant reach the rear check valve fitting, or replacing the check valve location?

I'm all ears!!!!!
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WHat is this new product for? Is this for people with hands that cant reach the rear check valve fitting, or replacing the check valve location?

I'm all ears!!!!!
We have seen a low percentage of repeated diesel-side CV failures in the history of Vegistroke systems. The intent of this mod is to put a larger and more durable CB in the valley and replace the OE fuel lines from the filter to the heads with SS braided hose and JIC ends. We still have to access the PITA fitting, but we'll get rid of the vibra-loc fittongs forever and should only have to go back there ONE TIME.

This may be offered as an option like the veggiegarage.com SS hoses now offered for V3/V4 kits.
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Coincidently, I filled my d2 tank up wednesday, and last night, when I got home,I saw a pool of d2 overflowing my tank!!! I just changed the cv's a couple months ago!!!

I'll be waiting for this mod. The scraped knuckles are still fresh!
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Jason send me a list of the components and I will have them shipped to you for the check valve relocate. The next conversion is on a 7.3 that has been "monkey humped" (clients term). Has a self done conversion that has the stock steel lines all hacked up. Dave
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Hawaiian. I will send you photos of the first one. Now this will be several week away. Dave
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