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Stranny64
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Quick Fuel banjo fitting help…

Good morning! I had my 327 rebuilt and they installed a Quick Fuel 600 carb on it. The carb came with a hose flare style banjo fitting on it to connect the fuel line to. I can’t seem to find the correct banjo style fitting to use for a 3/8” flare brake line to connect to it. I was going to buy the green or copper brake line and make a line from the pump to the carb. How did anyone else do this? Thanks!
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