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Old 12-19-2017, 10:32 PM
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Default Holley fuel lines.

I'm kicking around eliminating the inline fuel filter and the rubber fuel line coupling on the '69, and going with the bronze filters and a steel line all the way from the pump to the carb bowls. I can do it all the hard way (finding flared lines the right length and bending them, along with a Tee fitting), but I'd entertain buying something if the parts are available and priced reasonably. I haven't seen what I'm looking for yet, but I'd appreciate any suggestions or directions of where to look.

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Old 12-20-2017, 11:16 AM
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I was kicking this around with someone yesterday. They suggested converting to plastic (PTFE?) lines with GM quick disconnect fittings. Pretty easy to route through the car, lightweight and flexible. There are also compression fittings to splice hard lines to plastic. He also showed me copper/nickel fuel line which comes in a roll, is easily flared and routed.

My options are made complicated (of course) because I am using an in tank pump for EFI
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