It was easy enough to build our own system from a scavenge hunt in a boat wrecking yard. A Chris Craft yeilded two (2) fuel pumps and a barn had two (2) filter assmblies, one spin on (10 micron), and a racor
(2 micron) fuel/water separator. Of course we had to buy new elements for them. I can't load pictures he, it is beyond my abilities.
The pumps are from the 70's and works like a charm. It pulls the fuel through the 10 micron, then the 2 micron. A vacuum guage is not really necessary as the pump changes pitch
when the filters are clogged, I mean it is very noticable.
The second fuel pump
will be hooked up to the boats main fuel system, plumbed in to supply the engine in case the mechanical pump gives up the ghost.
To see a picture, go to my link here; Carpe Diem, a Seafarer 38C
The only thing missing from the picture is an electrical
box with an on/off toggle switch, inline 6 amp fuse inside, and a cigarette lighter socket or power. this was located under the racor
Locating an electrical
box under a filter housing is a pretty dumb idea. I will move it above the pump, between the filter housings this weekend.
I thought about pumping the dirty fuel into pails, but the sample I took showed pristine fuel so I bought four (4) jerrry cans and pumped it there.
The wife then mucked out the tank.