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    So I'm currently in the process of cleaning up my 84. I've decided to replace the entire fuel line. Much of it is a hard plastic high pressure. I see there is a Motorcraft E1PZ9324B replacement fuel line but it appears to just be high pressure rubber.

    Not sure if the original fuel line is available or even recommended. I guess I could go steel braided the entire way but not really sure I want to go that route.
    Hoping to get on the track soon

  • #2
    do not replace the fuel line with rubber hose!!!

    there are specific tools to work with the hard-plastic line, that's what you should use. it's available in multiple places, you buy it in 'feet' -- it's not specific sections.
    Eric C
    SVOCA Webmaster

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    • #3
      I have a complete fuel lines for an 84. e-mail kacoker@aol.com
      Kendal Coker

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SVOeric View Post
        do not replace the fuel line with rubber hose!!!

        there are specific tools to work with the hard-plastic line, that's what you should use. it's available in multiple places, you buy it in 'feet' -- it's not specific sections.
        I've seen the Kool Tools kit to work on hard plastic lines, looks much better than the kit I bought years ago...kind of pricey but seems like it would do the trick for sure.

        Is there a part number/reference/link to the hard plastic lines?

        Kendal...just sent you an email.

        Thanks for the info!
        Hoping to get on the track soon

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        • #5
          you can buy the hard nylon line in rolls, and all the connectors from nearly anywhere, Advance auto-parts, Amazon, lots of places have it.
          the tools to work on the lines (highly recommend) part-number 800-301
          10 ft of the line 5/16 (input)-- 800-074
          25 ft of the line 5/16 (input) -- 800-071

          I'm not seeing the 1/4 inch available in 10/25 foot sections from doorman -- you can find it on Amazon tho
          the doorman website is VERY helpful in finding the connectors, tons of stuff listed there.
          https://www.dormanproducts.com


          Eric C
          SVOCA Webmaster

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