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Old 06-21-2014, 04:05 PM
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Fuel Line Part Number

I blew a fuel line today. Man what a mess. It was the high pressure line that goes from the FPR to the passenger head. It is not the fittings the rubber line split on me. I was towing my trailer at the time and it pretty well misted down the whole engine bay and leaked all over the place. WHAT A MESS. Thank GOD it didn't light off on my turbo and burn my rig down. So now I need to find a place to buy these lines. Any ideas on a part number or a good vendor? I am thinking about running them down to me local Whistler Bearing shop and having a set of braided steel lines to be custom made.

I found this one on Riff Raff but they only list a passenger line is the driver the same?
Passenger Side Fuel Line 94-97 - Riffraff Diesel Performance
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Old 06-22-2014, 11:31 AM
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Rubber line can be purchased at napa or a heavy truck shop. There's nothing special about it. Is one pita to clean up the motor when one of them blows.


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Old 06-22-2014, 12:13 PM
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i had some made up at the local truck shop. with the fittings they were $25ish a piece. i got reusable fittings.
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Old 06-22-2014, 12:17 PM
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Go ahead and replace both of them. Trust me. Also, the driver side hose is a PITA because you've got to pretty much disassemble the accessory bracket on that side to get to the fitting on the head.
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Old 06-23-2014, 06:41 PM
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When I click your link it has the drivers side listed on the bottom of the page.

Here it is,it's a diff. part #

Driver Side Fuel Line 94-97 - Riffraff Diesel Performance
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Old 06-23-2014, 07:37 PM
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Thanks. Not sure why I didn't see it before but I called RiffRaff and they hooked me up. My lines are on their way. Good thing too the rigged repair just barely got me home. i had some hose that just happened to be the right size to slip over the leaking line and I clamped it on the metal shoulders of the fittings. It stopped the leak but the other hose was neither fuel rated or pressure so it swelled up and got all puffy but it didn't leak for the 50 miles I had to drive to get her home. But I won't be driving it until I get the new lines installed.
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