replacing fuel lines on my95 gt

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  1. flashsgt

    flashsgt New Member

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    going to replace the fuel lines from the tank to the engine, what size do i need? 5 /16 and 1/4? im using the black nylon type stuff and im planning on putting the factory ends on it, anyone have some insite on exaxtly what i need?

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    Yea i would like to know as well. I wanna replace mine too

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    95opal Well-Known Member

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    Are saying you want to put duckbill connectors on braided line?.
     
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    if your not upgrading, just curious why your replacing them?
     
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    flashsgt New Member

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    original lines are rotted, so i need to replace them, was thinking
    of using the nylon line that you press a fitting with a barbed end into, im all for upgrades... thats why i asked what exactly i need, which sizes, which fittings ext ext
     
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    Sell you my lines.

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    Barbed ends? Youre going to use gator bites? Check what pressure they are rated for before use. Should be able to get them pre made from places like lmr. The size totally depends on what your plans are, bigger line = more flow, smaller line= more pressure. Just some food for thought