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Old 10-30-2012, 06:25 PM
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Would this work for my fuel lines?

Im ordering/planing out my fuel system, and came across these JEGS Pro-Flo 350 Series Braided Hose - JEGS , do you think these would be ok for diesel.
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Old 10-31-2012, 06:36 AM
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yes those will work great for fuel lines... i ran my whole system with braded stainless line and found that summit racing has the best prices fwiw
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Awesome, i figured that they would. I ordered them last night, along with fittings and XDP sump. I see that ur running the AD150, is that the only pump your running? Im doing the AD150 to an A1000, to a Y block to the heads. And a RR. What size are the inlet and outlet in the AD, 1/2" right?
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Awesome, i figured that they would. I ordered them last night, along with fittings and XDP sump. I see that ur running the AD150, is that the only pump your running? Im doing the AD150 to an A1000, to a Y block to the heads. And a RR. What size are the inlet and outlet in the AD, 1/2" right?
I am running an XDP sump to an airdog 150 low pressure pusher pump. I currently still have the HFCM on but that is only because it is still holding pressure great but it will be getting replaced with a fuelab 41402 wired to run at 70 percent output. I also run a custom regulated return with fuel bowl delete. You are correct in the fact that the AD150 uses half inch lines but ig you are looking to buy iftting for the inlet and out of the AD150 to do a custom setup it uses 3/8 NPT fittings. The XDP sump also take a 1/2 inch line so the AD150 line fits on it perfect with a half inch hose clamp. While we are discussing it also make sure you do drop the tank to install the XDP sump and why you have it dropped and pull the sending unit and cap off the factory draw straw with compression fitting or it could cause a siphoning effect at the most inconvenient time when filling up the truck and not stop until your tank has drained to half a tank. Ask me how I know that lol.
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Cool, Thanks for the info! I plan on pulling the bed and under coating the frame and whatever else i can, so i will definitely put a cap the draw straw. Living at the beach and saltwater really takes a beating on the metal. Thanks again
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I hear that road salt here in the winter is hard on stuff
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