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Re: Fuel Line 641

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03-14-2013 12:44:08

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I take it that you detach the fuel line from the distributor side of the engine then pass the new OEM line through the same side. Does an OEM come with the correct angle? Or do you need a tube bender?

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03-14-2013 14:39:53

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 Re: Fuel Line 641 in reply to Ralph208, 03-14-2013 12:44:08  
i work from the right side..

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03-14-2013 18:18:15

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 Re: Fuel Line 641 in reply to soundguy, 03-14-2013 14:39:53  
I was thinking maybe a crowfoot wrench but a Flex Flare might do the trick and it gives me an excuse to get a new tool!

I tried with an open-end wrench but you can't turn it enough without the wrench hitting the top of the motor. There is just no place else to go once the wrench hits the motor.

I just need to break the seal but not enough room with an open-end wrench. I'm sure once I break the seal the nut will be easy to back off by hand.

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03-14-2013 19:10:26

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 Re: Fuel Line 641 in reply to Ralph208, 03-14-2013 18:18:15  
there's a reason they make flair wrenches.. and it's for those fittings.. :)

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03-14-2013 19:25:17

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 Re: Fuel Line 641 in reply to soundguy, 03-14-2013 19:10:26  
I never knew that....and I get a new tool...not to bad at all!

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03-15-2013 10:10:12

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 Re: Fuel Line 641 in reply to Ralph208, 03-14-2013 19:25:17  
HF has them for a decent price.

the f-wrenches keeps the nutfrom being damaged..

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