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Old 11-07-2018, 12:48 AM
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Connectors and gas lines

Hello everyone,
I am looking, for my Bronco II, connectors (especially the angled connector) and gas lines in 3/8 and 5/16
according to the photos attached. All your advice will be welcome.
Hard to make a choice whether on Ebay or Amazon.
Thank you all.



These connectors are lockable with these clips:
Thanks for your help.
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All of that should still be available from FORD or NAPA - DORMAN.

There was a page in the period MPC that gave ILL and PN's.
 
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Hello Kultulz, thanks for your info, I found the Dorman on Amazon.
Can you tell me how to connect these connectors to the plastic gas lines, heating the pipes with the hot air gun and pushing them on the connectors?
 
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Well, ROTUNDA (FORD) released a special service tool to pull the tubing over the barb fitting.

In lieu (Fr.) of that tool, either dipping in hot water or a heat gun can accomplish it. Just check for leaks afterwards (pressurize the system to see if holds pressure before firing).
 
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Here is a DORMAN KIT (forgot about these) that shows their tool and shows PN'S for the fittings. They also have splice repair where you can extend a line if necessary. It shows on the AMAZON page.

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Hello Kultulz, nice pipe repair box, but it 's expensive paid for used one or two faiths, but I have the heat gun, but I think your idea of soaking in hot water is the best .
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No problem Young Lady (I a$$-u-me you are of the female persuasion). I just wanted to show what's available. That kit is for an Independent Shop. The ROTUNDA kit was similar.

What year BRONCO II? I had an '89 with the same paint scheme.
 
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Death of laughter for female persuasion.
My Bronco II is an 88. I ride with since 92, it has 70,000 miles.
And yours ?
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Death of laughter for female persuasion.

My Bronco II is an 88. I ride with since 92, it has 70,000 miles.
And yours ?

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Mine was an '89 bought new but traded off years ago. I could get 24MPG on the highway with the 5/S.

 
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Hello Kultulz.
Indeed it is not much for 4x4 of this weight.
What I do not understand is that we do not find like others whose photo clips are higher.
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I bought mine for all-weather highway use. I used to drive fifty miles one way to work over county road and Interstate.

I never cared much for off-roading as I would always get lost in the woods ...

Where is your Home-20 (or close proximity)?
 
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Hello Kultulz, my home is in Europe ( Switzerland ),we can not all be perfect. I speak French, but I am writing to you by the Google translator.
With my Bronco II too I do not do off-road driving either. I still want to keep it a long time.
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Hello Kultulz, my home is in Europe ( Switzerland ),we can not all be perfect.
Why would you not be perfect or is that the translation?

I speak French, but I am writing to you by the Google translator.

With my Bronco II too I do not do off-road driving either. I still want to keep it a long time.

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SWITZERLAND? ... sigh ...

Another unrequited love ... (and she speaks French also) ...

 
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Hello Kultulz, my home is in Europe ( Switzerland ),we can not all be perfect.
Why would you not be perfect or is that the translation?
No no, it is not the translation, but it is that I jokingly say when I say which country I come from because I am afraid that people do not like me.
 
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SWITZERLAND? ... sigh ...

Another unrequited love ... (and she speaks French also) ...
In Switzerland we have four languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh, it's a little mess, and I'm in the French part.

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