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Rubber fuel lines

Hey all,I am gonna change out my leaking fuel pump in a few days and I was wondering if anybody knows what size the 3 rubber fuel lines are?I would like to change them while I have it apart.Does Ford sell them as a kit?If so,does anybody have a part # handy?

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I was wondering the same thing-
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I went to my local Ford dealer and found them.

They were about the same price as the link you posted.
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You can save a lot of $ if you just go to the auto parts store and buy a couple feet of 3/8" 30R9 hose and a foot of 5/16" 30R9 hose. The hoses between the pump and bowl are 3/8", the one going to the return line is 5/16" and the 94.5-95 have another one that is 5/16" going from the regulator to the bottom of the bowl.

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Make sure you buy FUEL INJECTION line...its a little pricier but will actually hold up. You only need like 12" of each max

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