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04-05-2013 08:46 PM
supercab78 Ok, thanks I'll check into it. I have not dealt with those kind of fittings yet.
04-05-2013 09:34 AM
S10xGN Also known as an AN -10 male fitting, which are out there in numerous configurations. Try Speedway, Summit, or Jegs...

04-04-2013 08:03 PM
? on a FAST efi fuel pump # 30085 inlet fitting

I have a used FAST #30085 inline EFI fuel pump. The inlet side of the pump accepts a 5/8 male straight thread with an o-ring( I think) and has a barbed 5/16" at the other end. I'd like to go to a larger inlet but I can't find much info anywhere about 5/8 staight threads with a o-ring much less where to get one. Any ideas?

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