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Old 09-30-2008, 01:32 PM   #16
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your tbi is supposed to be at about 9-13 psi. not really all that high. if it were my truck, i don't think i'd see anything wrong with fabbing my own hard lines and using the reinforced fuel injection hose that you can get at the parts store to connect to the existing ends. anyone have a little deeper insight into something i may have missed?
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Old 10-01-2008, 10:26 AM   #17
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When I went to the parts store and asked what they had for universal lines they said nothing, and each line would run me around $60-70 a piece. Having only one tank that'd run me well over $100. I wouldn't mind bending my own lines if it would save me some money but I'm gonna need fittings on both ends and for the filter. Are they flared like brake lines? Like I said I've never had to do fuel lines on anything injected before so any advice would be appreciated.
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