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Old 02-28-2007, 04:38 PM
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nylon fuel line

Does anyone know what kind of hose the hard nylon fuel lines are? When I ask the guys at the part store they don't even know about it and say all they have is rubber.
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Old 02-28-2007, 09:35 PM
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ask for high pressure fuel line see if that works
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you might be able to get some of the hard nylon stuff from a dealer, otherwise just replace it with high pressure fuel injection line of the approprate size. Regular low pressure line holds about 20-50PSI (depending on size and manufacturer) the high pressure stuff is specially reenforced to handle up to 100 or more.
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Old 03-01-2007, 04:59 AM
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I want the hard nylon stuff because it's far superior to rubber. When I ask for high pressure fuel injection tubing all they offer is steel and rubber at the parts stores. They do sell a repair kit that comes with a foot or so of the tubing with a connector to splice onto your old line, but I want to renew the whole line. I can't believe nobody around here sells this stuff.
I asked the dealer but he doesn't know anything about anything if it's not listed.

So I'm going to buy it off the net, there's a few different places I just didn't want to wait for delivery. I figured I could walk into any parts store and find it but no way man.
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another way of buying it is go to your local wrecking yard and take one off of a wrecked pickup. did yours crack?
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No it didn't crack, I screwed it up myself and I'm too embarassed to talk about it right now. So yeah, I'm going to go to the wrecker and cut a piece of a wrecked truck. I would still like to know who makes the nylon tubing and all it's ratings.
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Oh and don't forget good ole ebay

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NYLAF...spagenameZWDVW
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