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slip tank

can anyone give me a idea on how to hook up my slip tank like a gravety feed to main tank? thanks
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you should be able to just use a y in your filler neck line and run a hose to your slip tank. Thats how the aftermarket sliptanks do it. If you are gravity feeding you will have to make sure the line off your slip tank is coming off the bottom though.
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