Anyone have any ideas for a gas \"pump\"? Got a small utility trailer that I'm going to mount a boat gas tank on. (already checked legality, it's 70 gallons, and is legal to do what I want here) Problem is, how do you get the gas from the trailer to the truck? I've got the boat sending unit, but obviously the boat used a fuel pump. Fuel pumps designed for auto applications don't flow anywhere near enough GPH to fill up a thirsty K5 when it's below freezing outside. Gravity feeding isn't an option (well, it is, but I don't like it) so that left me with two practical options: a hand cranked high volume hand pump, or pressurize the tank (slightly) with my dads on board air system, forcing the fuel out a fill hose. The pressure idea is great, but the problem with it is that you HAVE to have a rig with a compressor there. I'd rather have something where if I'm with a group of friends someone doesn't need a compressor. The problem has been that most of the hand cranked pumps you see are made for oil. Anyone got any ideas on where to get hand pumps, or another idea I may not have thought of? /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif Thanks!