Planned on the harness bar being the horizontal bar. I should have seat mounts done this weekend. Once I get those set I'm going to start doing some interior work. Guess I'll pull the harnesses out of their boxes and double check that.Where are is your harness bar going? is the horizontal bar it? Red is fine, consider where your shoulder straps are mounting when you do it though.
Thank you Seth! :thumb:I would try to stick with an in the tank pump one way or another. They are much quieter and tend to be more durable... there's a reason the factory puts them in the tank. There are several aftermarket solutions available these days to make it easy. Personally I would try to use the stock setup if you want to keep your budget, or look at Aeromotive or similar for the nice stuff.
I like that logic :thumb: Like being able to head to an auto parts store and get replacement parts.I like running factory pumps/senders. Makes it alot easier to source parts if you have a failure far from home. When I had the buggy I ran a late 90s v8 Ford explorer sender and pump assembly.
Real easy to adapt to a fuel cell.
My design based on something I saw online. Gives me a few inches of slider action. Probably don't need it but had room for it so figured I'd make them adjustable.What kind of seat brackets are those?
Yes. Finally found one yesterday from Boyd Welding that fits in the space I have and looks like I should easily be able to add a Jeep pump/sending unit assembly.Is it aluminum?
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Why would you need them if you aren't racing?
Good question New to fuel cells and learning as I go. In all the research I did about baffling/foam I didn't see many people saying they ran with no foam at all. Safety item for racing but also helps with sloshing and reducing aeration of the fuel. But I see your guys point...if its not broken dont fix it :sonicjay:This. You can add shit later, put it together and worry about it when it's time to worry about it.
just add a couple tennis balls youll be good.
Saw quite a few people who have used wiffle balls instead of foam. Just like foam they help to reduce sloshing.Tennis balls inside the tank? What's the purpose of this? (Never heard of this before)