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Old 07-10-2012, 04:54 PM   #1
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Installing fuel lines.

I've got an 83 gt that im working on, and I need help installing new fuel lines.
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I've got an 83 gt that im working on, and I need help installing new fuel lines.
ill be right there. haha jk man

whats the problem?
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The previous owner was pullin the car to his house and snatched the fuel line out and broke the fuel pump in half. I have the fuel pump ready to install.
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that sux.

what do you need help with though.

here is line. http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/...-Stainless-Ste

other wise you can just pick up some tubing if you have the tools,mwhich are pretty cheap.
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I have the tubing, cutter, and bender. Just need some know how. Thanks for the link, it helps
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i believe those are flared fittings right? you probably need a flaring tool also.

are you just replacing a piece? of course the whole thing would be best but i have spliced in. i also prefer flaring the ends but on a low pressure fuel line compression will work.
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They are. I didn't know they had prevents lines or I would have ordered one already. Smh
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