not sure with the pix of whether you have an intank pump or not. it shouldn't matter with the AD150 though since they come with a draw straw. here's a pic of where i mounted my raptor pump. should be about the same place for the airdog. if i were you i'd try to mount it inside the frame rail if you can....
thats where the orginal lift pump was mounted you prolly have a intake pump the airdog comes with the same mounting bracket int the pic but i mounted mine different since the filters hung below the frame now mine are 2inchs above the frame
if you install it properly there is no problem i can run the tank dry with no problems but apparently no one know how to install a draw straw cause so many have the 1/4 tank issue
you could just run a sump no problems with cutting straw to short
yes i live south iowa its not very flat and just saying no matter what you do you will have fuel slosh but a sump would be your best bet i have three hills that are like at a 45 deg angle on the way to my farm and i have been at some rock crawling events in missouri with hills steeper and no problems with my draw straw
1. Install DS into the "cup" in the factory fuel module.
2. Install the bypass return line into the cup as well.
The pump makes way more than 15psi or whatever it puts out, but sends extra fuel back to the tank. That fuel into the cup, which the pump draws its fuel supply from. The pump fills its own supply. Get it?
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