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Old 03-12-2008, 02:55 PM
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High Pressure Hose?

I`m replacing my complete fuel filter housing w/a new one. I know there are hoses that are like 5/16 and 3/8 but are any of these hoses high pressure? Would sae 30r7 be ok or maybe j30r9? How about the Goodyear hose with the plastic tube inside the hose. Don`t want to go back in there later to change hoses etc. Saw some 900 psi online for about a dollar an inch/yep, inch. TIA
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Old 03-12-2008, 03:32 PM
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The hose's are not high pressure. I have used power steering return hose for the 3/8 and transmission cooler line for the 5/16. It worked for me and never had any problems.
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Old 03-12-2008, 05:10 PM
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Thats good to know. Thanks for the reply.
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Old 03-12-2008, 06:41 PM
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Aeroquip FC332-06 , 3/8" rated 250 psi, 17 bar. Same thing that ford will sell you in little packages, cost sky high. You need 3 little aeroquip hoses - anything else that meets SAE J30R9 specs.

Ford and (Motorcraft) numbers:
Black hose, 1 required: F4TZ-9324-BA (KFL34)
Longer Blue hose, 1 required: F4TZ-9324-CA (KFL33)
Shorter Blue hoses, 2 required: F4TZ-9324-DA (KFL35)
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Old 03-13-2008, 07:56 AM
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Aeroquip FC332-06 , 3/8" rated 250 psi, 17 bar. Same thing that ford will sell you in little packages, cost sky high. You need 3 little aeroquip hoses - anything else that meets SAE J30R9 specs.

Ford and (Motorcraft) numbers:
Black hose, 1 required: F4TZ-9324-BA (KFL34)
Longer Blue hose, 1 required: F4TZ-9324-CA (KFL33)
Shorter Blue hoses, 2 required: F4TZ-9324-DA (KFL35)
Thanks you Celayork, This is exactly the info I was looking for so that I have peace of mind about the hoses. Believe it or not I went to NAPA and they sold me hose they said was for diesel. I got home and right on the hose it said "not for use with fuel injection ". This is after I explained to them what I was doing. So I call this guy on the other side of town and he says I got it so off I go. Guess what? same hose. Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.
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Old 03-13-2008, 11:17 AM
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I finally found it at a good price.

I have looked and looked for hoses to use on the new fuel filter housing I am installing. Thanks to Celayork and his reply I was finally able to find them. Locally Ford doesn`t have it, NAPA or the local diesel shops don`t. Online it was very sky high. Autozone has it, it is Goodyear fuel injection hose w/blue fluorestomer lining C-U-06-011, SAE J30R9 that w/ 900 psi etc. in 3/8 as well as 5/16 at a fair price. Hope this helps.

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Old 03-14-2008, 12:47 PM
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You are welcome. Could you post the price for both (by foot?): 3/8 an 5/16"?

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Old 03-14-2008, 04:37 PM
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It was 7 something not quite $8.00 per 18" lengths for 3/8. A little less for 5/16

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Old 03-14-2008, 07:07 PM
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Thanks for the answer, Im going to try to find online those hoses, because I live outside of USA here in my country the AZ doesnt carry them. If not, could you buy some for me and send them to a USA address?, ofcourse I ll prepaid them.

Thanks again.
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Thanks for the answer, Im going to try to find online those hoses, because I live outside of USA here in my country the AZ doesnt carry them. If not, could you buy some for me and send them to a USA address?, ofcourse I ll prepaid them.

Thanks again.
I ordered hoses from JC Whitney online 18" 3/8 and 18" of 5/16 I paid $29.00 for them plus $13.00 shipping for a total of $42.60 because I needed them fast but before they arrived I found some at Autozone so I used the Autozone hoses. The hoses I ordered from JC Whitney are are rated 900 psi and have the fluorestomer lining so they are the best. The package has not been opened so if you want send me $25.00 and I will pay to ship anywhere in USA. If you want it shipped directly to you outside of the USA send me $20.00 plus whatever it cost to ship to you. You may want to try JC Whitney online also. Hope this helps.
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