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Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Tulsa, OK
My Ride: 94 Dodge Shadow
Engine: 3.0L 24v
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Re: Fuel Lines
one thing to be wary of if you use aluminum hard-line is that aluminum and steel will corrode each other. Either get aluminum retaining clamps and ensure that the hardline isn't rubbing anywhere or go a diff. route. Rubber hose is like $5-$6 a foot though. Part of teh reason I went with stainelss steel hardline. While its a royal PITA to bend ($10 bender from Home Depot and a couple big wrenches did the trick), I doubt I'll ever have to replace the fuel lines again....ever.
Also, if your planning any upgrades, you could up the fuel feed and return sizes to accommodate your planned mods while your at it. "do it once, do it right" so they say.
Resident 24v SOHC 3.0 and Megasquirt guru
Lucy 1.0 - 1992 Sundance Duster
- Deceased from Rust
Lucy 2.0 - 1994 Dodge Shadow ES - In progress
1/4 mile PR - 14.308 at 94mph