Incidentally... When installing the 289 engine, I had my first good look
at my fuel line. All the metal pipes look good and all the rubber hoses were
new. Or so I thought. I was truly shocked to find a 3.5 to 4 inch length
of really ratty, hardened, cloth covered fuel hose with the original double
wire hose bands on it. I think this was a factory bit. Just moving the fuel
line downward caused this to-this-point-unknown bit of fuel hose to crack.
It would certainly have leaked if I had not replaced it. This piece of hose
was just aft of the starter and conjoins two metal pipes. Just FYI. M
On 7/18/10 3:19 AM, "Allan Ballard" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Jul 17, 2010, at 9:20 PM, Marc James Small wrote:
>> At 06:49 PM 7/17/2010, Allan Ballard wrote:
>>> To my knowledge, the fuel line remains in the factory location.
>> Has the fuel line been replaced?
>> Cha robh b`s fir gun ghr`s fir!
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