Can you buy 1/2" fuel lines prebent for a 66?
The fuel line I ordered for my 67 came with a gentle 180* bend in it in order make it easier to ship. It straightened out very nicely. I would think most long repro fuel lines would ship the same way.69NovaSS said:well it looks like the premade 3/8" is about 65bucks (outta OEM type material 99 bucks outta stainless) give or take...BUT one thing i noticed is that the 3/8" for a 66 is one piece...that will be a pretty long fragile package to ship...possibly shipping costs will be expensive...just guessing...
NovatoriusRex said:The fuel line I ordered for my 67 came with a gentle 180* bend in it in order make it easier to ship. It straightened out very nicely. I would think most long repro fuel lines would ship the same way.
It was listed as a 2pc, but the second piece was only about 2ft long, so I'm no sure that it made much difference in shipping package size.
ideally IMO you would change out the 3/8" line in the sending unit with a 1/2" one....someone on here had a thread on how to do that and it had some really awesome pics of what they didBillsNogo said:How do you attach a 1/2 fuel line to a 3/8 line from the sending unit? Would a rubber fuel hose not be too loose on the 3/8?
I have the 3/8 pre-bent OEM steel line going from the tank to the passenger wheel well and hand bent 3/8 aluminum line going from the rear section of the wheel well through the side engine compartment under the battery tray like factory.66IISS said:Funky, i would LOVE if you posted some pictures of your fuel line set up. We have to go up to 1/2 inch in our 66 and would love to see what it looks like. thanks!