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Old 02-14-2018, 04:59 PM
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I swapped the dual fuelers around on my trucks and when I inspected the hose I was using to feed the hpfps I noticed it was cracking and beginning to deteriorate. The lines are 3 years old and have around 40,000 miles on them. I will be installing braided stainless this time.


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Good find. We're you getting hose debris in the filters?
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Was the hose diesel fuel rated? That is pretty scary to see it like that!

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Thanks for the heads up... not many miles for that to already be happening... on my truck I've been wanting to do the stainless steel hoses for the fuel lines on my dual pumps also...I hope I don't sound too stupid.... iam still new to all this trying to learn as much as I can to do my own work on my truck....but anyways back to my question are you making up you own fuel lines are you having pre made lines...
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I could be wrong but I don't think stainless braided lines is going to fix that problem.
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Right, it all depends what inside the stainless
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I could be wrong but I don't think stainless braided lines is going to fix that problem.
I took the hose to my Parker store and they told me the same thing. They ended up selling me marine fuel line.
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Good find. We're you getting hose debris in the filters?
Nope. I think I cought it in time what made me question the liner was the fact that when I went to move the lines I could feel them crack.
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Was the hose diesel fuel rated? That is pretty scary to see it like that!

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Its supposed to be.
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I imagine this might be the same stuff thats piled in with all those go fast race pumps too....
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