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  • Fuel Line - 3/8" - RUBBER - Repro ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 41857
  • Fuel Line - 3/8" - RUBBER - Repro ~ 1967 - 1973 Mercury Cougar / 1967 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 41857

Item #: 41857

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Price: $20.91
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    Description

    Quality U.S.A. made hose with concours repeating GAS markings. Also include OEM mounting hardware.


    Replaces Ford Part #: C7ZZ-9327-A.


    Check out our video on replacing the fuel system on a '68 Cougar!


    Specifications:
    Shipping Weight: 1.00 LBS
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    Fuel line 3/8” rubber hose

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    I ordered this as part of my replacing my 1968 fuel tank, and wanted to have a good new hose between the tank and the metal fuel line. This hit the mark, and was easy to trim to the exact length I needed. You can use this anywhere you need a new hose piece, although this is labelled “Gas” so you probably want to keep it for just fuel purposes.

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    Nice correct looking fuel line hose and clamps.

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    These hoses are more of an aesthetic statement than actual fuel lines. They are much softer than one would expect regular fuel hose to be. Because of this, I was unable to use it for the short section where the front & rear steel fuel lines meet just behind the LH torque box. The two steel lines were not quite lined up, and the hose wanted to bend / kink too easily. Replacing it with a short section of generic, more rigid fuel line was all it took.
    That being said, I like the original-style clamps this comes with, and there is enough hose to do the whole car, and the "GAS" markings look good. But the quality of the rubber hose itself could really use improvement.

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