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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Jul 25th, 18, 8:25 AM Thread Starter
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Nylon Fuel line clips

Looking to purchase my fuel line clips for the nylon pressure and return lines, and was wondering what everyone uses for this? These would be for running down the frame to tank.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Jul 25th, 18, 8:59 AM
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Re: Nylon Fuel line clips

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Looking to purchase my fuel line clips for the nylon pressure and return lines, and was wondering what everyone uses for this? These would be for running down the frame to tank.
I like "Adel" clamps for this. These are widely available in various sizes on Ebay and perhaps Amazon. NAPA also carries them but they are expensive purchased at an auto parts store.

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Re: Nylon Fuel line clips

Went to the local pull a part and raped a couple yukon/tahoe of their factory clips. Not perfect but it keeps the lines together and from rubbing anything.

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Re: Nylon Fuel line clips

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Went to the local pull a part and raped a couple yukon/tahoe of their factory clips. Not perfect but it keeps the lines together and from rubbing anything.
Ditto.
Also the 90's Caddy's with the Northstar V8's have lots of great fuel line parts to take and reuse. Like metal line segments that go to and from nylon and have right angle bends.

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