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Old 07-15-2002, 10:06 AM
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I was thinking about that. The problem is that the nut would need to be very thin as it acts as a spacer. What I'm currently thinking is that I'll cut the stud off and weld a bolt onto it.
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If you weld to the piece you will need to be able to dress off the weld so it will sit right on the bracket. It may be easier to run a bolt thru the bracket, a small spacer and into the housing.
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The problem is that the hex portion holds the tank onto the pump. If I don't have a good seal, I made have a leak. You make a good point about the bolt locating the pump. I'll make a point of it to my fabricator.
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