Originally Posted by hummingway
It's a built in and the only access is through the hole where the gauge plugs in. I don't think I'll be able to get in to it. Maybe with a long bottle washer ...
It has been my experience that polishing fuel
is a waste of time and if your tank is that dirty you are simply going to waste a lot of expensive filters. You need to clean the tank. If there is not a good inspection
port in the tank now you should install one. Get the tank empty and clean it out. You can use a garden sprayer with clean deisel to get the gunk off the sides of the tank. This method will work even if your only access is through the sending unit hole, but you should install an access. Once the tank is clean a single
500 series Racor
is all you will need for primary filtering. The trick is to get the tank clean first then maintain a good regimen of fuel
treatment biocide to keep the kritters from growing. I wouldnt waste the time and money
building a polishing system.