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1963 Ford 4000 fuel line

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Abbby

07-21-2014 18:53:26




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Need a new fuel line from tank to carb. Fairly short one and has a small rubber section on it. Must be for a tough bend or vibration. I think Ford part number is 86580561. Whats the deal with the price? All web sites are $125 to $150. Wow!




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Abbby

07-23-2014 15:45:46




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
Now why did I not think of that. Thanks for the simple great idea. Been on the N board for years but now just bought a non running 1963 Ford 4000. Hope i do not pester too much.



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showcrop

07-23-2014 04:35:19




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
I cut the rubber section out of mine and hose clamped fuel line in place.



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James Wilson

07-22-2014 19:15:54




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
I purchase one for my 63 2000, it was like 28.00.



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soundguy

07-22-2014 15:12:58




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
most of us make them from brake line. either the short path by the manifold, or around the front or back.. whatever uoi want with a tube bender and 5-9$ worth of brake line.



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Sean in PA

07-22-2014 11:04:08




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
Abby - For some reason, my reply only shows up in Classic View, so if you're reading in Modern View, switch to Classic View (link near top right of page) to see my reply.



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Sean in PA

07-22-2014 11:01:47




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
I found this:

Fuel line for 4 cylinder 4000 at Alexander Tractor Parts - $29.95



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Abbby

07-22-2014 09:43:21




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
Just called my local dealer. $156. I will find another option.



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NNP

07-22-2014 03:26:59




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
why most of us make our own..

But,

When you need an OEM part for a restoration, or in some cases when the OEM part is the only game in town, you just have to pay the price. (at least it will fit and be right)

Low volume parts where the aftermarket hasn't started making copies, ya gotta pay.
I will swallow hard and pay the price for some OEM parts.

Big strain, tight clearance stuff that HAS to fit right.

Always am awed that I can go into a dealer and get a factory part for a 50-70 year old machine. "Yep, we have one of those on the shelf"

However I have noticed a trend lately on some OEM parts, that it is the same worthless new junk made by the aftermarket, in a CNH bag. Shame. When I walk into a dealer, it's because I want/need the real deal, not a copy..........

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Dean

07-21-2014 20:06:49




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 Re: 1963 Ford 4000 fuel line in reply to Abbby, 07-21-2014 18:53:26  
OEM fuel lines are still available from CNH but made in low volumes these days. The low volume runs account for the increased price.

Try your local CNH dealer in person. The last one that I bought was around $60.00 but this was about 5 years ago.

Dean



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