Thanks 7t,Hoo yea!!!! Congrats! :cheers:
Sounds great............... really great!!! Talk about motivation, that should keep you at it for awhile. Has Dad heard it yet?
By the way, if you soften the fuel lines (just a little) with a heat gun they go right on. Tip: Try it on a sample a time or two until you get the hang of how much heat to apply. At first you will likely give it too much.
I sent dad a short video after I started it and he was there in a flash! He's stoked too.
I'll try heat next time. I like the vinyl fuel line. Pulled my hair out with ni-copp trying to get it over the rear torque box, just wasn't gonna happen. So I put the rear fuel fitting on the vinyl tube first and pulled it thru, then put the front fitting on as it was a black 45 and went on fine with the Dorman gun. Then I promptly kinked the line putting it back in place ...spastic attack, like when you sneeze, so I cut the sob back and used a splice with a line/fitting kit from the parts house. It had enough tube on it and worked out perfect. No leaks exe the push-lok at the fuel rail. Same fitting on the other end of the same hose is fine. I think I may have squeezed the clamp on it a bit too tight. I have all fittings and joints where they're easily accessible. :thumbsup: