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Fuel lines SMDTA Need help

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07-18-2002 18:10:40

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I'm going to try one more time.Somebody out there must have replaced fuel lines on a SMD. I can replace the lines with steel brake lines,but where do I find the right tapered pipe fittings!?

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07-20-2002 12:34:20

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 Re: Fuel lines SMDTA Need help in reply to Hump, 07-18-2002 18:10:40  
most simple is to locate a smd in a junkyard and remove the lines you need also most from a 400d will work have a place up here that has parted many smtad's and 400d's
good luck eric...

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07-19-2002 17:40:33

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 Re: Fuel lines SMDTA Need help in reply to Hump, 07-18-2002 18:10:40  
Several of the fittings are just worn out.The steel lines elongate the holes in the brass fittings from vibration,and some are rounded off from not useing the proper wrenches. The Case/IH parts computer shows lines/fittings unavailable. I can use steel brake lining for lines,but I cant match up the fittings on the inj pump or the filters

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07-18-2002 23:28:05

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 Re: Fuel lines SMDTA Need help in reply to Hump, 07-18-2002 18:10:40  
On my td6, I just cut the ends off all of
the lines and replaced with rubber fuel lines/clamps. Works great. There are more
connections on a dozer so its probably more
beneficial. Another thought, they can be removed a lot quicker than steel/copper lines.

Although, those braided brake lines would look really nice.


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07-18-2002 18:45:36

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 Re: Fuel lines SMDTA Need help in reply to Hump, 07-18-2002 18:10:40  
this is assuming that the old ones are not useable? have you tried a large diesel repair shop(detroit diesel, cat ,your local IH dealer ) parts like these shouldn't just disappear

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