I purchased a CC aft axle 35 gallon diesel tank with pump and lines coming out of the tank.
I'm wanting to keep the cut mid-ship tank and install this new (to me) tank in my 2002 EB 7.3
I had a 1992 F-150 it had two factory fuel tanks with a selector switch on the dash. Having this switch I can see the fuel levels in either tank with a flip of the switch.
I'm wanting to install this type of set up in the van having a total capacity of around 65 gallons.
I know the easiest method is to install a transfer pump but I want the switched system. I presume the diesel F-250's of the same 1992 era probably have the diesel switch I'm looking for.
I'm sure someone has done this. How would the fuel lines and returns be plumbed? Is there a switched port that all the lines go into? I can understand switching the two supply lines but how do you keep the return lines going only to the corresponding fuel tank?
How do I extend the fuel lines?
In the pic is a 3rd line coming out not sure what this is. Hopefully, is it an accessory fuel source line for my future diesel heater.
I won't be able to install this for another month at least but hoping to try and round up as many of the parts in the mean time.