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05-20-2004 10:29 AM
k2mooch Thanks Willys, that's exactly what I was looking for.

Nah just a 600 cfm holley 4bl to a 351W. I know, I know 1/2 is WAY more than I need, but the fuel cell I have already has 1/2 in. outlets. So I figured I might as well run the 1/2 all the way to the carb and reduce it there than have to buy 1/2 in line AND 3/8 line if I reduced it at the cell.

I probably did the dumb thing, but it makes sense to me I guess.

05-20-2004 10:14 AM
302 Z28 1/2" fuel line, what are you feeding, a Rolls Royce Merlin?

05-20-2004 09:28 AM
[email protected] Try these. Either the spring type or the 'one had' type should work.
05-20-2004 09:00 AM
Tubing bender for 1/2 in.

I can't find a tubing bender to do 1/2 in. fuel line ANYWHERE. Looked at Summit, AutoZone, Pep Boys. I got the fuel line at summit and they don't even have the tool to bend it? What gives?

Anyone know where I can pick one up, or can I somehow use a 1/2 in. drill bit to make my own somehow?


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