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Old 09-25-2003, 12:47 PM
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if you change the fulue sender and chang the fule pump with that add more powere and were is a good place to get new fule lines

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It will ony add more power if your current setup doesn't flow enough. 3/8" fuel line should be sufficient, although stock lines are usually 5/16". You could get an aftermarket fuel pump. Just don't get anything more than 100 GPH. I like to use aluminum tubing from the hardware store for my fuel line. I get the 3/8" line and some of the compression connectors and couplings. They are easy to work with and are relatively cheap.
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what do you use to bend it with
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If your truck came with a 350, you should already have 3/8" fuel lines. Get a 5/16" open-end wrench & see if it will slip over the steel fuel lines on the frame & into the carb. If not, you have a 3/8" line already. My friend's '75 C-10 w/350 & 2-bbl carb has 3/8" line from the factory.
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lol i have rubber ones. the only metal ones i have from the pump to the carb
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ITS SPELLED F-U-E-L NOT FULE!!
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sorry so i cant spell
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