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Old 02-27-2010, 06:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fuel plate installation help!!

K...truck is apart. Fuel plate "installation guide" is nothing like the one in the manual.
http://www.tstproducts.com/pdffiles/INSRUCT98.pdf
That guide sits all the way around it.....the guide that came with it is some half plate. So how do you put it in the right spot? Pictures anyone?

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It doesn't really matter. Try to get it close to where it was and try it. If you feel you have too much fuel open it back up and slide it back a hair. If you want MORE fuel (I suggest this route) open it back up and slide it ahead. This is why it's in slots.

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Ok, I centered it and it seems ok. I ripped it apart at 4:30... and then broke 2 screws off....grrr.. Probably shouldnt have started it when I have a date at 6:30 and was in a mad rush... but I got it done. Seems fine. Thanks.
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Old 02-27-2010, 10:48 PM   #4 (permalink)
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this is the first gen fourm
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this is the first gen fourm
easy brandon. nobody's perfect
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ya they all kind of blur together and everythings all over the place so.....sorry.
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