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post #1 of 19 Old 03-12-2012, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel line help

I replaced my hpop because it went out well tightening up fuel line driver side top one and it snapped whats a good fix to this or where can i get the parts?

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Just so you know,,, that's the Fuel Pressure Regulator. Not sure who's gonna have one on the shelf for you though....
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This is the fuel line that broke need it fixed asap idc if its just a quick fix with some silicone

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Call bob at diesel orings.com He has them, I just put one on mine last week.
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How much the line and it replace the threads on the fuel bowl?

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I know its not really funny, but HAHA!! I am having the exact same issues, after replacing my HPOP cause it went bad. What I need is the part number for the nut that goes on this fuel line. I just ordered my fpr housing from a wrecker, put it on and came up with 100psi.. I've about had it. Wonder If I would have these problems with a duracrap or a cummapart. If I lived closer and could wait I would have bought the diesel orings aluminum housing for 39 bucks. To answer your question though, you are going to have to replace the housing and likely the line aswell. You can cut the flare off and put a new nut on there and reflare it, I just dont know wich nut and you cant just use a brake line nut or equivilent. Good luck.

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It has them 2 allen nuts on side haven't had time to look at it but cant i replace it and the line called ford they told me 140 for that line after that 420 hpop ugh... but yea my buddies all are cummin guys and im the only stroker guy i wonder because they really dont have alot of problems but then again i never had any till now and im stressed to the limit with this being my daily driver i need this truck and its my baby i just want my truck back and want it going

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You probabally will not need the line if you buy the Fuel preesure regulater housing from diesel orings. You will be done for like 50-60 bones. Thats not bad.

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Thats exactly what i was talking about u know where i can get the nut for the line instead of replacing it

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And i appreciate it a lot thanks

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