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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    No worries. The power switch for the transfer pump is very well hidden. I removed the one that came on the pump and hid a remote switch to cut it on inside the generator cabinet.
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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    While the trailer is lowered a LOT it still needs a 7" rise hitch to be level on the little Blazer. lol The little Blazer handles it just fine though, even with a full tank. I figure its probably near 4000lbs with a full tank.
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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    In this shot, looking from the rear under the control panel and deck at the top of the belly tank. Fuel level gauge, 3" locking fuel filler cap, and the desiccant breather for the belly tank. Barely visible at the right is the fuel line from the dip tube.
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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    This one shows the modified electrical distribution box which now houses the fuel transfer pump. Not shown but for security I hid a switch inside the side door of the gen set that controls the power for the transfer pump. It is under the lip and is not visible at all, just have to known where to...
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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    So I forgot that I never posted any additional photos or updates. So this shows how I mounted the Goldenrod fuel filter. I had a pair of off road light rail mounting brackets laying around, so I used those over the pipe nipples with some aluminum straps to hang it. Bored two holes for the fuel...
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    Another way to lower an M1101/M1102

    Sorry - missed this.... Yes. Also - mine tows great without the shocks. I have read others who have said pretty much the same thing.
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    Very handy parts listing site

    I've used this site for quite a long while for some GM vehicles. I have no idea who runs it. The HUGE plus is many of the online part sites, expecially GM, stop giving or showing part numbers for things that are NLA (no longer available). This does. Well I was poking about in the Mercedes...
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    How long do you store your diesel fuel

    I actually just ordered a Goldenrod water filter for my custom trailer belly tank. Good to hear others are using that one too. :) I'm also using XPD All-In-One fuel treatment which I also read about in another thread on here.
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    Updated - MEP-803a Has arrived! (Formerly "On Its way")

    Almost looks as though the vents are screened but hard to tell from the photo.
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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    With it lowered the deck height is now 27 inches. Tank is installed and still has a foot of ground clearance which is plenty for me. Leak tested it with water and put a coat of Duralux aluminum boat green paint on the visible bits. Will get a couple of pics tomorrow.
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    Another way to lower an M1101/M1102

    Another way of going about it.... I did ditch the shocks.
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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    Lowered and a shot of the tank in progress....
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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    Great info. I'll be talking with my welder who is building this out later today. Going to tell him we either need to reduce it below 119 or divider it into two separate tanks with separate fill necks.
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    Got my 803A with LTT-HC Trailer - Mods, Questions, and whatnot....

    No pics but an update to keep this fresh for now.... The trailer is coming along. Went one step further than what I've seen in a couple of other threads where members have modified their LTT trailers to raise the axle up higher (in order to lower the trailer). As mentioned I did change it up to...
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    Integrated Battery Chargers

    I guess if your alternator is truly shot and not rebuildable you could simply disconnect it in place and leave it be. As long as the bearings are fine then without a connection it should not put any load on the belt other than the additional rotating mass. As far as running airflow that is an...
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