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Yostyexplorer94's 1994 Explorer Registry

Discussion in 'Elite Explorer Registry' started by yostyexplorer94, September 30, 2008.

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      I did the same last year. Covered the hole with 1/4" rubber. I cut way way too much out though, almost double what I needed.
       
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      Clean cuts!

      With the pump under, and the double layers of sheet metal, my cuts don't look as Purdy as yours. Lol

      A member called me lazy for doing that, but obviously has no clue what it would be like, to have a pump fail on a trail.
       
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      I tried to avoid cutting the floor so I dropped the tank when replacing the sender. Lines on top of the sender were rusted through. A few months later I had a no start concern and instead of dropping the tank again I just cut an access panel. Problem was not the pump, but it is there for next time.
       
    5. yostyexplorer94

      yostyexplorer94 1st Gen Mod Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      I drilled 1/4" holes at the corners and used a reciprocating saw. I was surprised myself how clean it came out. I had the urge to use the plasma on it, but my better judgement told me otherwise.
      It seems kind of foolish to call you lazy for doing something automotive manufactures should design into all vehicles!

      I thought about using rubber but ended up going with a piece of sheet steel. I have been wanting to cut this out for a long time now, so I figured I would do it before I regret not!
       

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