Does anyone have the 6an adapters that hook to the stock sn95 5.0 hard fuel lines

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So i got my compete new fuel system to install but was going to run the stock lines for now tell i max them out and i got all the other fitting and fuel line but the 2 lines russel told me would fit the factory hard lines coming into the passenger side didn't fit so if anyone has done this and is running aftermarket lines could you please post the adapter part numbers thanks

here are the lines they said would work and they didnt at all .. 640860 641300 both of these lines where not even close to fitting so please help thanks guys.

I dont trust my factory lines anymore at over 500rwhp they are going to bust any second on me. I also wont be installing the new motor tell my old motor splits. And so far its holding strong so any help would be appreciated thanks guys.
 

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Not sure if the link will work, but here is the thread where we had our group buy for these fittings. All part numbers are listed.

http://forums.corral.net/forums/94-...uy-russel-fuel-line-fittings.html#post9522407

Blue package $55.86 + $4.95 shipping TOTAL = $60.81
• 5/16 to 6AN hard tube adapter - 640860 - $14.00
• 1/4 to 6AN hard tube adapter - 641300 - $11.98
• Ford Pressure Side EFI x 6 AN - 640900 - $16.44
• Ford Return Side EFI x 6 AN - 640870 - $13.44

Black package $59.51 + $4.95 shipping TOTAL = $64.46
• 5/16 to 6AN hard tube adapter - 640863 $14.36
• 1/4 to 6AN hard tube adapter - 641303 $13.35
• Ford Pressure Side EFI x 6 AN - 640903 $17.40
• Ford Return Side EFI x 6 AN - 640873 $14.40
 

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Yea i have googled this a million times russel just wants me to send them pics of the fuel hard lines and they will send me what hey think will work.

but yea all the part numbers work on your list but the top two hardline adapters. If you google those part numbers there for LT1 or LS1 motors. They had to have changed the part numbers because there 2 small.
 

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they are the right parts. Youre doing something wrong.
 

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You're trying to adapt the hard lines from the tank to the compression fitting on the end of a braided line?
 

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You're trying to adapt the hard lines from the tank to the compression fitting on the end of a braided line?

I hope that isnt what he's doing. Those fittings are to be connected to the lines where they terminate inside the engine bay... Behind the strut tower.
 

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I hope that isnt what he's doing. Those fittings are to be connected to the lines where they terminate inside the engine bay... Behind the strut tower.

That's what I meant. Maybe I'm more confused than I thought on what the goal is here.


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Just got done going thru this last winter. Don't try summit. They don't work. I ordered mine from jegs and they work both ends to connect hard lines at fire wall to braided stainless lines to the adapters for stock fuel rails.
640870
641300
640860
640900
 

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That's what I meant. Maybe I'm more confused than I thought on what the goal is here.


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You said "from the tank"... which someone like myself would take as, the actual outlet of the tank.
You should have said "the hard lines on the body" since they are technically a separate piece of the system.



semantics.
 

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You said "from the tank"... which someone like myself would take as, the actual outlet of the tank.
You should have said "the hard lines on the body" since they are technically a separate piece of the system.



semantics.

True, understood and correct. That link you posted above is a great list. I've gotta do this to so I'll be checking it out.


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