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size of wheelbase for fuel pump??

Need help trying to found out the wheelbase for my fuel pump. Can anyone help? I have an 01 ranger 4.0 sohc
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is this a trick question??
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says on your door tag its like 146" if i remember right probably needs to know the wheel base because of different fuel tank set ups
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Well there is only 2 wheel bases. Being ex cab you have the longer of the 2 options.
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Is he getting new fuel lines and trying to buy the proper length?
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since when does a wheelbase have anything to do with a fuel pump?
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108" or 126"
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Need help trying to found out the wheelbase for my fuel pump. Can anyone help? I have an 01 ranger 4.0 sohc
2001 Ranger wheelbase is 112", 118" or 126" depending on cab and bed options. The supercab in your avatar is 126".
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since when does a wheelbase have anything to do with a fuel pump?
In this case, it does.

Each of the three nominal wheelbases (112", 118", 126") uses a unique fuel tank (16.5, 20, 19.5 gal). The 112" and 126" reg and supercab shortbeds share one pump assembly number but the 118" reg cab/longbed takes a different assembly.

Even though the actual pump itself is probably the same for all 2001 4.0L's, the intank assembly is different on the 118" for some other reason. Depth of the fuel pickup would be a good guess.
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Hmm good to know. I didnt read the question properly.
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