Common Sense + Critical Thinking
I have it mounted to a rubber isolator, but I haven't built a box for it yet, which is the next step. I am also going to re-route the fuel line and might encase the plastic tubing with rubber tubing to reduce any noise from the line moving with every pulse. Might give it a shot, though I'm still thinking about moving to a gasoline powered heater and just tap into the stock tank.Wonder if there is some sort of small box that you could put it inside, have sound deadening material inside the box and attach that to the frame? I bought a rubber stop to attach that to the frame and the pump to that as I saw as a suggestion but not sure that will help?
Vent it from the highest point you can practically get to which would be the filler neck or cap. Vent has to level with or above the filler neck.How would you suggest this? Also think I am going to install a stand pipe at the top of the tank to minimize leak issues.
I had thoughts of adding a stainless marine diesel filler neck and a hose running down the passenger side rear pillar with a tank mounted below.
Would be nice to use that empty space in the rear bumper, legal probably not, safe, definitely not. But a nice long piece of pipe with some bends in it could store quite a bit of fuel there. Then the filler neck could be on one side of the rear bumper.
With a 3in pipe you could get almost 2gallons in there