Does anyone know the exact Fuel line length from magneto valve to Fuel pump?

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canitfloat

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I just got a complete(11pc)stainless brake line set and now want to
order a front to rear stainless fuel line, but since my car is only a
shell at this point in time I dont know the exact length line I need.
So, does anyone know the length of line needed to run from the magneto
valve to the fuel pump, leaaving off about 4" on either end for a
rubber connector line? Thanks!
 
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Dennis Witthun

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Where did you get the stainless kit from? Dennis

canitfloat <canitfloat@yahoo.com> wrote: <blockquote class="replbq" style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid"> <div id="ygrp-text"> I just got a complete(11pc)<wbr>stainless brake line set and now want to
order a front to rear stainless fuel line, but since my car is only a
shell at this point in time I dont know the exact length line I need.
So, does anyone know the length of line needed to run from the magneto
valve to the fuel pump, leaaving off about 4" on either end for a
rubber connector line?
Thanks!

</blockquote>
 
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canitfloat

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--- In amphicar-lovers@yahoogroups.com, Dennis Witthun <d_m_wit2n@...>
wrote: Classic Tube 80 Rotech Dr. Lancaster, N.Y. 14086 ASk for
Mike. They didnt have the specs for an Amphicar, so I gave them all
the lengths needed including the short ones inside front drums and the
one to the reservoir bottle. They have the correct bubble end with
stainless metric end fittings. Buying steel lines adds up to more than
the cost of these and these will last forever and only cost $203.10
plus shipping for all. Jack
>
> Where did you get the stainless kit from?
>
> Dennis
>
> canitfloat <canitfloat@...> wrote:
> I just got a complete(11pc)stainless brake line set and now
want to
> order a front to rear stainless fuel line, but since my car is only a
> shell at this point in time I dont know the exact length line I need.
> So, does anyone know the length of line needed to run from the
magneto
> valve to the fuel pump, leaaving off about 4" on either end for a
> rubber connector line? Thanks!
>
 

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