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Fuel System

Going to do this all at once. Replaced the oil cooler and cracked the housing in the process. Decided to go ahead and finally do the air to oil cooler with the remote oil filter. Since I needed to do a regulated return anyways I'm going to do the Driven diesel return with fuel bowl delete pushed buy there race fuel system with the fuelab pump. I decided to do the sump. With that I have a few questions. I have a old aftermarket 60 gallon metal tank on it. There really isn't a lowest point on it so I'm assuming I'm safe to install the sump under were the pick up is. Also on deciding what sump to use. I have the DD option with the ring of bolts and a single outlet for supply. Now the regulated return returns goes back into the stock return line and feeds back to the top of the tank. Or I can get the GR sump with integrated return which is the single bolt lock style. Has anyone used the GR sump? Should I just bypass the stock lines all together and cap them off at the top of the tank and run both supply and return to the sump? The driven diesel sump is 95$, GR is 189$ or I can do the Beans single hole sump for 150$.

Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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