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Making factory fuel lines
#1

I tried searching for this but it was post kind of off topic in another post and I printed it but lost it and now I can't find it. Enough whining who posted the trick way to make up Ford lines and had part numbers for the ends and such. TIA

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#2

That was Mark, or turbomg.
Newbie with dumb newbie questions...
some wiring diagrams and by some , I mean none at all.
1984 GT350 T-top New pics
1984 Turbo GT T-top 419rwhp
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#3

I just use the tubing clamp from a tubing flaring tool, and press the connector in.

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Jim Simmons
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Modesto, California, USA
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#4

I just went to the junk yard and cut a few connectors off and slipped them in my sock. When I got home I superglued them inside the line after I made sure they would fit.
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