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Dr Meat



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[Wanted] Eberspacher/Webasto DefenderTd5 Fuel Stand pipe
Hi all,
As per title I’m looking for a Eberspacher or Webasto Land Rover Defender Td5 AUX Fuel Stand Pipe 20300 as pictured below. They seem to be out of stock everywhere, all the eBay adverts state out of stock when you try to place an order.

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Or failing that a 60mm metal spacer so I could make one


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Thanks all
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Dr Meat



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Thankyou, It would but unfortunately I’ve been waiting over a week for Brendan to respond to my emails.
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Sorry to hear that.
Brendan and Barbara have always been a pleasure to do business with in my experience.

Brendan is (was?) Leeds on here so maybe you could PM him?

Hope you have better luck Thumbs Up
Post #979481 23rd Jan 2023 9:09pm
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Landyash



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There is a spare pipe point on top of the fuel pump in tank,
I used that on my old Td5 Thumbs Up
Post #979558 24th Jan 2023 1:51pm
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Dr Meat



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Hi landyash, did you have to remove the pump to insert a extra fuel line inside for the pick up?
I’ve seen you can get these type kits where you drop the line in from the top & was wondering if one of these would work, I’ve no experience with this but how different can aux pick ups be?

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geobloke



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There is a capped off connector to the right and down a bit of the electrical connector. It is even listed in the WSM as a fuel burning heater feed pipe... Number 1...



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Post #979599 24th Jan 2023 4:32pm
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Dr Meat



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Hi geobloke
Thankyou for replying, is there a fuel line attached to the under side of the aux port (1 Fuel burning heater feed pipe connection) inside the tank or does the sender need to be removed for a line to be attached. Just for clarification my defender is for a 2.2 2015 110 utility. Which if I was using the scavenger I believe it’s the same part as the td5 as both have 60mm fuel neck.

Sorry my wording in previous reply was probably misleading when I mentioned extra fuel line
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Dr Meat



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Rolling with laughter Just zoomed into the picture, I’m not sure I want to fit a buming heater Rolling with laughter

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Post #979605 24th Jan 2023 5:13pm
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geobloke



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I don't know, might help with the piles... Rolling Eyes
Post #979606 24th Jan 2023 5:33pm
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geobloke



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Dr Meat wrote:
Hi geobloke
Thankyou for replying, is there a fuel line attached to the under side of the aux port (1 Fuel burning heater feed pipe connection) inside the tank or does the sender need to be removed for a line to be attached. Just for clarification my defender is for a 2.2 2015 110 utility. Which if I was using the scavenger I believe it’s the same part as the td5 as both have 60mm fuel neck.

Sorry my wording in previous reply was probably misleading when I mentioned extra fuel line


Ah well I confess I had to search for this answer... Apparently you need a 30cm long pipe to insert in to the fuel pump connector... https://forums.lr4x4.com/topic/49882-eberspacher-in-a-td5/

Also from this forum there is a Defender fuel burning manual that mentions an installation kit JEI100030 which I believe is LR's fuel pipe that fits in that blanked off connection...

https://www.defender2.net/gallery/albums/u...to%207.pdf

But it (JEI100030) might be obsolete, who knows... This is what the pipe looks like and it would be simple to DIY https://britcar.com/product.php/122997/549..._not_order

Best I can do... Thumbs Up
Post #979609 24th Jan 2023 5:48pm
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Dr Meat



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Thank you so much that’s a big help, I’m going to wait for the heater to arrive and see what it comes supplied with first then make the decision whether to drop the tank or shell out another £100 for the neck scavenger from overland. Thumbs Up
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Landyash



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Dr Meat wrote:
Hi landyash, did you have to remove the pump to insert a extra fuel line inside for the pick up?
I’ve seen you can get these type kits where you drop the line in from the top & was wondering if one of these would work, I’ve no experience with this but how different can aux pick ups be?

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Yes I did have to drop the tank down and was a bit fiddly
But was loads neater once fine 👍🏻
Post #979653 24th Jan 2023 9:39pm
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