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I am installing my new Raptor lift pump tonight. How hard is the install.
I was going to mount it on the inside of the frame rail. The pieces and parts look top notch in quality.
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Its not hard at all unless your installing a Draw Straw w/ it...with a lift mine was on in like a hour and a half and that includes bull ****tin time...

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no problem man! you will love it!!! trust me!! and being able to tune PSI on the side of the pump is pretty darn nice!

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Yeap... Raptor will do really good. As for the draw straw its not to hard to install nor to get to operate properly. There is consideration of driving habit once you get down to 1/4 tank but I can pull much lower if I think about it...

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Yeap... Raptor will do really good. As for the draw straw its not to hard to install nor to get to operate properly. There is consideration of driving habit once you get down to 1/4 tank but I can pull much lower if I think about it...
Its all about how low you can get the tube to the bottom of the tank...I know a guy that relocates the tank sensor and can get the tube down to the bottom...but its kinda hard and a lot of people are lazy...

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