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FUEL PICKUP
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Quick question if i may .
What does the fuel pickup look like in a ute fuel tank ?
We are having troubles with fuel starvation in constant radius corners and think this pickup may be the problem
Thanks

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ute fuel tank and pickup looks like this

NOTE: 1970s ute doesn't have the expansion tank
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sorry got carried away there. the sender is not part of the fuel pickup

This is the fuel tank before April 1978. Fuel line is circled in red. Has anyone cut one of these apart to show the baffling and inside of the fuel line pickup?

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What does the fuel pickup look like in a ute fuel tank ?
Found this blog, he says there is no baffle in the tank (I'm surprised because the 1200 sedan tank is baffled). He built a swinging-door baffle for it

http://garage-nakamura.tokyo-ya.biz/2012/01/20/

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