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    Just the flap removal and trim the return line on mine.

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    Thanks I am going to do the same on mine just to be safe.

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    I recently had a bog issue while running WOT & I changed both the fuel petcock switch & removed the door.
    The door seems perfect. not warped, etc & the reserve line was good, about 1/2" up from bottom of tube.
    Well, it was either the door(which seemed fine), the fuel petcock(which was sticky but blew out fine) or the fuel filter(30hrs & really clean, blew through fine).. but the issue disappeared.

    Remove the door, inspect the lines, add 'clunker' filters if desired. It's easy, free & can't hurt.

    I had no issues removing the pick up in my XLT 1200. a bit tight, but not as hard as some ppl posted(stepping on tanks, etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HallPass View Post
    it's been re-read... so how do you take it off do you just like pull it off?
    Picture 1 shows the pickup in his hand. Hint-its out of the gas tank now!

    Picture 2 shows Kevin unscrewing the #2 philips head screw.

    Picture 3, 4, and 5 show the screen and the flapper door

    Picture 6 shows Kevin putting the screen back in without the flapper door!

    Picture 7 shows putting the screw back in

    Picture 8 shows the piece you throw in the garbage!!!!

    WTF Kale!! I even got my 16 year old daughter to look at the pics before i responded to see if she understood, thinking it might be a teenager thing. She said she was blonde not retarded!!
    hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderMagic View Post
    I recently had a bog issue while running WOT & I changed both the fuel petcock switch & removed the door.
    The door seems perfect. not warped, etc & the reserve line was good, about 1/2" up from bottom of tube.
    Well, it was either the door(which seemed fine), the fuel petcock(which was sticky but blew out fine) or the fuel filter(30hrs & really clean, blew through fine).. but the issue disappeared.

    Remove the door, inspect the lines, add 'clunker' filters if desired. It's easy, free & can't hurt.

    I had no issues removing the pick up in my XLT 1200. a bit tight, but not as hard as some ppl posted(stepping on tanks, etc)

    For the life of me, I could not get the sending unit to budge. I could rotate it a little here and there, but could not find anyway to get any leverage to pull the unit out. VERY STUCK. Any tips on how to get it moving? Do the fuel lines need to be disconnected first? I didn't want to pull too hard on the metal of the fuel lines.


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