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Source for fuel lines?

Discussion in '1992-Present Chevy & GMC models' started by 4by4bygod, Jul 17, 2004.

  1. 4by4bygod

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    Hi all!

    Anyone know where to get fuel lines for a 92 full size blazer, besides ordering them from a dealer?

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    [ QUOTE ]
    Try...
    http://www.classictube.com/
    I know they have the truck lines, you might be able to adapt them?

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    Bending your own steel isn't that hard and steel is the best way to go. With a little practice you can do a nearly factory-looking job, but don't expect your first try to look perfect. For the price of GM stuff you can screw up 3 or 5 AutoZone lines and still be money ahead.

    Also, tools help too... http://www.NorthernTool.com/ has just about any kind of hand tool available, including steel line bending tools that can make professional looking lines by hand. Or of course if you want to buy an automatic machine that literally makes professional bends, go for it!!!

    Good Luck!

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  5. retroblazer

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    Inline Tube.com is another name. They had fuel lines for my 94 Sub. I found these guys after I got reamed from the dealer. It's about $65 to $70 per line, on the Sub that times six.Also,the factory doesn't do much for anti-corrosion, so I sprayed a couple coats of clear on them to help out.
     
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    hi folks!

    thanks for the replies. I'll check out the links and let ya know what happened.

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