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Thread: Trickle of fuel to carb - is this normal?

  1. #11
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    The problem with changing things are the fuel line fittings. They are of a thread type that I can not find a match for. I would prefer steel to the plastic lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrongway View Post
    The problem with changing things are the fuel line fittings. They are of a thread type that I can not find a match for. I would prefer steel to the plastic lines.
    You would have to make a junction piece, from threaded to flexible fuel line with clamps, it would work but if I do this changeover with the Ford Bronco valve, I would need to have flexible fuel lines, and that means clamps, not crazy about that, but will further investigate and hopefully post some pics,

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    I fitted a twin pump SU , two inlets & one outlet , to use with twin tanks .It wont pump between tanks due to its none return valves. Just needed a changeover switch for the electrical side. It was used on the Rover P4 range of cars for operation of the fuel reserve, one pick up pipe is lower in the tank than the other

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