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    Re: Fuel pump

    Anyone ever try putting a gas station type setup in their trailer? Obviously not that big, but maybe something like a 20 gallon can with a submersible electric motor and a nozzle for easy re-fueling.

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    Re: Fuel pump

    i've seen lots of farmers and heavy equipment type people with external gas tanks in pickups with manual crank type pumps. you may just be asking for trouble?

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    Check the boating supply stores. Overton's has this: item 31249
    http://www.overtons.com/graphics/pro...ium/31249M.jpg

    The cost is $269. Go to Overtons.com and search for 31249

    and this: item 36866 $99

    http://www.overtons.com/graphics/pro...ium/36866M.jpg

    They also sell the pumps separately

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    ND4SPDSHO : Anyone ever try putting a gas station type setup in their trailer? *Obviously not that big, but maybe something like a 20 gallon can with a submersible electric motor and a nozzle for easy re-fueling.
    why? (Those 12v pumps would empty a 20 gallon tank in ~500ms)

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    Re: Fuel pump

    That depends on how big of a pump you get. I've use 110V pumps that would empty a 200,000 gallon pool in 3 days. I've also use 110V pumps that would take 2 weeks. Volts have nothing to do with it, it's the amperage of the motor.

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    ND4SPDSHO : That depends on how big of a pump you get. *I've use 110V pumps that would empty a 200,000 gallon pool in 3 days. *I've also use 110V pumps that would take 2 weeks. *Volts have nothing to do with it, it's the amperage of the motor.
    whatever, have fun...

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    Re: Fuel pump

    A couple of guys that I know that race (the George brothers) have a similar setup with a 15-20 (?) gallon tank mounted on a cart with an electric pump that they hook up to a battery. Seems to work really well for them. Sorry I don't have more details...

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    Re: Fuel pump

    Some of those above deck tanks look really cool! Thanks for the info Keith.

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