Right Tank Return Line and Fittings

Knocked out a bunch of little tasks on the right fuel tank tonight.  I received my Van’s order which contained all the parts and fittings I needed to install the fuel return line.  I decided to go with -6 line instead of the -4 I had originally planned, thankfully I … Continue reading

Sealing the Outboard Rib and Installing the Capacitive Sender – Right Tank

Its time to get the outboard rib sealed in place and start working on the capacitive sender for the right tank.  This was a pretty long work session, but it went pretty easy.  I started out by pulling out the plans and instruction for the capacitive sender.  I picked up … Continue reading

Right Tank Return line and Preparing for Sealing

I’ve decided to go ahead and plumb in a return line for my fuel tanks, just in case I go with a fuel system that needs it my tanks will be ready for it.  This will save a lot of hassle if I do have to use a return system.  … Continue reading

Sealing the Left Tank Drain and Fuel Cap

Tonight was pretty much a repeat of the right tank drain and fuel cap sealing. I also had my wife Tammy helping me since we were kidless for the night!  We made a trip down to our favorite restaurant “Boathouse Raw Bar and Rotisserie” and had a great meal, then … Continue reading

Sealing the Left Tank Stiffeners

Time to work with the black sticky goop again.  This time I decided to do a little more prep work, and forgo pitting sealant on the rivets, instead slather it onto the stiffeners first.  First things, first:  I need to scuff the mating areas, and clean them very well with … Continue reading