I went through this many years ago. IIRC, the inlet pipe is standard size
tubing, but the compression fitting is about twice the length of what you
can find at your local hardware store. A kind lister from UK recognized it
as a British market gas plumbing part and sent me a few of them. Before
installation, they look like short sections of copper tubing that just fit
over the fuel line. Contact me off line and I'll see if I have spares in
Dean Mericas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> Subject: [TR] Inlet rigid fuel line to fuel pump 66 TR4A
> I'm looking to replace the inlet rigid fuel line which goes into the
> side of the fuel pump.. I am getting a slow leak by the compression
> suspect. When researching to source a replacement with the usual suspects
> see it is no longer available. Anybody aware where I could get this part.
> researching the archives I see others have had a problem with length of
> compression beads?
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Thank you
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