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    BJ7 end couplings for fuel line

    Ineed to replace my fuel line and perhaps it is cheaper to purchase tubing locally than the $115.00 Moss price. However I would need the end couplings attaching to the pump and the end connecting to the tube leading to the carbs.

    Any info on size of tubing needed and where couplings are available would be appreciated.

    Thank you,

    Robert

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    Re: BJ7 end couplings for fuel line

    Speak with David at the British Car Specialists. It is a special fitting.
    Dale

    BJ7 frame up restoration of "the car that would not be restored"; began Dec. 2005, est. complete 2023

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    Re: BJ7 end couplings for fuel line

    Also, Classic Tube will make you up some pre bent lines.
    Dale

    BJ7 frame up restoration of "the car that would not be restored"; began Dec. 2005, est. complete 2023

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    Re: BJ7 end couplings for fuel line

    You could purchase a 25 ft roll of 5/16" cunifer or steel tubing inexpensively on Amazon or from FedHill trading. Cut off the banjo fitting at the pump, leaving enough for a stub. Use 5/16" ID fuel rubber hose to connect the pump to the pipe and the pipe up front to the carb connection.
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    Re: BJ7 end couplings for fuel line

    The BJ7 squared body fuel pump accepts female fittings for input and output - so no banjo fittings here. Creating a new steel and/or cunifer fuel line to run the length of the car from fuel pump to inner left fender of engine compartment is a good idea; however to properly connect the rubber fuel lines to the pump, a barbed, banjo-type or similar fitting is needed. Knowing the fitting's specs to properly seal to the fuel pump is a challenge. Is it an AN-type fitting? GONZO

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