Ok, I'm tired of fooling with this fuel system. This is my first attempt at anything like this Diesel to 350 TBI conversion. I thought the best thing to do was keep all the factory stuff so that parts are easy to find, everything works together, and reliability. Maybe not. I got the fuel lines with my TBI tank and it ends up with the blasted fuel filter EXACTLY in the narrowest part between the frame rail and the 205! Argh! Only about 1/2" clearance with the passenger side exhaust. What jackass engineer decided to rout the fuel lines down the passenger side (along with everything else) and THEN across to the driver's side tank! You can't even change it easily because they use hard lines out the back of the TBI down to the passenger side of the bell housing. So, what is the best course of action here? Things I've considered: These lines that tie into the back of the TBI have the O-ring fitting on both ends, male on top, female on bottom, with the upper half hard line and the lower is braided line. I was thinking of trying to re-rout this down the driver's side. Looks like a real pain. Maybe taking the O-ring ends at the TBI, cutting them off a few inches back, flipping it to point to the driver's side and having standard AN fittings attached so I could run braided all the way down and back. It would be a real pain in the but to try to bend hard line to clear and go down the driver's side. Also, if I recall correctly, TBI runs at something like 13-15 PSI. This should not require anything like the factory system to function properly and hold up. Does it really need all this hard line/braided stuff? Or could standard high pressure rubber lines and clamps be used? I noticed that coming off the tank there is a high-pressure rubber line with a double clamp. Seems like I could use that and just rout the whole blasted thing down the outside of the frame rail on the passenger side without changing the stuff on the engine. Or, maybe use the O-ring fitting from the factory line, cut it off and attach a compression fitting to tie into a generic hard line, run it down the frame rail. The fuel filter could be spliced in-line the same way, with compression fittings. It would still need the rubber hose to bridge to the gas tank though. Sorry to ramble, these are just some things that I was thinking about today after giving up on the factory stuff. Any suggestions appreciated. I just thought I would see if anyone could (1) save me from doing something stupid and wasting time/money and/or (2) come up with a better idea. I'm frustrated and fed up so my thinking may not be very clear. Russ 85 K30 CUCV, 350 TBI, TH400, 205, D60/C14, 4.56 Locked Some day: 4" lift, 44" tires, massive cutting, shorter wb and rear overhang.