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Re: 600 Ford Fuel tank valve:(Ideas for a BETTER replacement

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03-12-2013 09:53:45

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Well, Bill it may have been a long post BUT its a great post! You just gave me my next project and I'm planning on following your instructions exactly.

One question though, couldn't you put some braiding on the new line to protect it from contact burns, heat and hard corners etc?

I was playing with the Pingel idea as well, but your post gave me the info I needed


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03-12-2013 12:32:32

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 Re: 600 Ford Fuel tank valve:(Ideas for a BETTER replacement in reply to EarlyBronco, 03-12-2013 09:53:45  
Yes I do have a lot of trouble getting pictures... I start out with really good intentions then first thing you know my hands get all greasy and nasty and I dont want to take the time to wash up before I handle the camera (that is also my wife's). Most times I only have start and finish pix because of this.

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03-12-2013 10:14:09

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 Re: 600 Ford Fuel tank valve:(Ideas for a BETTER replacement in reply to EarlyBronco, 03-12-2013 09:53:45  
I didnt put bracing, etc. My line didnt seem to need it, but I would have used a piece of old heater hose etc clamped around the line if It looked like it would have rubbed on the valve cover.
Some guys use the silver-looking insulation stuff they put on car floors above the muffler or cat and wrap a piece around the line where it passes through the manifold.I thought about it and didnt see the need.IMHO it looked crappy. You wont need it if you are very careful with your bending and routing.

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