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Where to buy hi-temp fuel hose

So I just replaced my fuel pump and I still have a leak. I also rebuilt my bowl and replaced all the hoses a few months ago.

I have found that one of the hi-temp hoses (blue) is leaking. I must have damaged it forcing it back on when doing the pump.

Anyway my question is. Where can I get this hose asap? Does anyone know if Napa, O'reilly's, Autozone carry this as a stock item? I previously used dieselorings.com but would rather not wait or pay the shipping for a $5 part.
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If anyone local is gonna carry it I'd imagine it would be Napa

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To be honest, i've been using regular fuel injection hose for my lines. I think its Gates Barricade or something like that, pick it up at any auto parts place. Had no issues with it so far.

But the ideal thing would be to go to a Parker hose store and get some 100psi diesel rated hose, which would be 801 Push-Loc i believe. Its only like $2 a foot, and should hold up excellent on the engine.

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So I got a length of 3/8" 100psi injection hose. Sae J30R9 which I believe means its diesel compatible. My only concern now is that the OEM blue hose that I previously got from dieselorings.com had a working pressure of 300psi. It also has no temp specs.

Does anyone know what pressure the fuel is in this line?
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That line you have will be fine. They should never see more than 70ish psi, unless there is a major issue somewhere. And most likely its rated to at least 250*, which is plenty.

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