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Username Post: Selecting a stock-ish in-tank pump
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06-05-18 05:07 PM - Post#2736073    
    In response to Rick_L

Looks like around 11 amps tops for the Walboro, and I assume similar for the Aeromotive (since it's supposed to be a "stealth stock replacement"). At 14.4 volts, that means surprisingly tiny little 20 gauge would just barely be able to maintain 12 volts at the pump ten feet away - though you'd justifiably get some sideways glances if you did that. I ran 14 gauge off an individually-fused relay when I rewired everything (technically just "wired", since there was no pump there stock), so that part should be ok.
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