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    i would just make my own. the fittings and line is cheap, and the tool will pay for itself short term

    or try calling hawks. theyve got me some weird oddball stuff more than once

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    No luck on the old fuel lines. So damn hot here I thought I was going to have a heat stroke in the attic. Actually found the corrugated plastic cover with labels for the fuel lines, but no lines. Also reminded me I have a new/unused set of Hooker Super Comp long tubes in the attic I need to get rid of.

    Try as many of the GM online parts dealers as you can. I saw a post in the last month or two from someone that claimed he found a dealer with an OEM Opti collecting dust on a shelf. Dealer was happy to get rid of it.

    Another alternate is -6AN braided S/S lines. You can buy fittings w/ GM quick connects on one end and -6AN on the other. Supply is 3/8, return is 5/16. You could probably find ready-made -6AN FUEL lines in 3-foot or 4-foot lengths (not sure which is required). Not cheap but pretty much indestructible. I never liked the stock nylon tubing for anything other than stock setup, with the corrugated plastic tube covering, and a working ring clip attached to the throttle body linkage cover to keep the bundle off the exhaust.

    http://www.getfast1.com/RUS-640853-P...-LS1_p_28.html

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    Thanks for looking, old man

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    Last edited by Stormyweather; 07-03-2019 at 12:00 PM.



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    Founds this
    http://www.purechoicemotorsports.com...rod/prd360.htm

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    That should work if they saY it does.... seems like the parts I described, except the connector hard line ends. The factory quick connects don't have the plastic clips (collar). You have to use a special tool to release the metal collar. But apparently the plastic clip style is interchangeable. The factory setup does use the plastic clip style at the inlet to the fuel filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormyweather View Post
    Founds this
    http://www.purechoicemotorsports.com...rod/prd360.htm

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    That's a great find

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    Yes it looks like the plastic cup one is for ease of on and off. I think some more shopping around. It was a good price for all that though. I'd like to find a cleaner set up.

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    Found a pic on the home camera of the trail of gas. Ordered a used line from Hawks for now. Will let you know when I'm done.

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