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G&R Diesel Billet Aluminum Bottom Sump w/ Integrated Fuel Return System - Universal

Thoroughbred Sku #: GRD00153
Manufacturer Sku #: 153



Product Details

Product Name: Billet Aluminum Bottom Sump w/ Integrated Return
Manufacturer: G&R Diesel
Manufacturer Part #: 00153
Thoroughbred Diesel Part #: GRD00153
Fitment Notes: Universal

G&R Diesel Billet Aluminum Bottom Sump with Integrated Fuel Return System. The Integrated Return System completely eliminates the need to run the return of your aftermarket fuel pump to the top of the tank or cut into the fuel filler neck, therefore cutting install time tremendously! Simply install the sump, plumb the supply and return lines from your FASS or AirDog pump to G&R Diesel's sump, and the tank portion of your aftermarket pump is complete! G&R Diesel sump kit now features all O-Ring fittings and no longer requires the use of thread sealant or tape! This sump also features "clamp in o-ring style seal" instead of the competitions " ring of bolts". To install this sump you simply drill 1 hole into your tank ( hole saw included ), slip the clamp into the tank and bolt up the sump. This makes for a quick, easy, leak free bottom sump install. Check out G&R Diesel fuel line plugs to help eliminate the factory fuel supply line from leaking fuel after you install your aftermarket fuel pump.

G&R Diesel Billet Aluminum Bottom Sump w/ Integrated Return Features:

  • 8an O-ring Port Fittings
  • 4an O-ring Drain
  • 1/2" Hose Ends 
  • Return Stand Tube - This eliminates your return fuel from being drawn back into the supply port
  • Smallest footprint on the market. 
  • 100% Aluminum Contruction, Aluminum Fittings and Stainless Hardware
  • Open Clamp Design - Reduces cavitaion and vortex as fuel enters the bowl
  • For more information on G&R Diesel call us at 1-859-737-4966.


  • Limited on real estate on the bottom of tank. What size is the hole saw? More importantly what is the rubber gasket dimension and total unit dimensions?

    Kristopher Bridges | 3/19/2024

    3”,  4”x7”

  • Where do you drill the hole on a 2002 F250 7.3l Powerstroke?

    Manning M Tagarook | 11/17/2020

    Flat spot in front of sending unit.

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