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Old 03-30-2021, 06:55 AM   #26
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Re: In-cab to under-bed fuel tank conversion questions

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Is your pump in the tank? I like to run SS -6 line both for the pressure side to the fuel filter regulator and the return side. I use the teflon type -6 line. I actually run SS -6 line front to back. I find it so much easier to route compared to hard lines.
You can get most any type of -6 fittings from Summit.
It is in the tank. It's a Holley diecast in-tank retrofit module.

Do those lines come in pre-terminated lengths or can you cut to the length you need?
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Old 03-30-2021, 04:43 PM   #27
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Re: In-cab to under-bed fuel tank conversion questions

I buy the -6 line in bulk and the ends separate. I'm not aware of any pre-made -6 lines. It's not hard to assemble. I'm sure there are you-tube videos showing how.
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Old 04-05-2021, 07:46 PM   #28
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Re: In-cab to under-bed fuel tank conversion questions

Where do you get it from? Looks like trying to stick to a well known brand like Earls is going to end up running me over $300!

Also anyone have an idea of where to buy reputable SS hardline in 3/8"?
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Old 04-05-2021, 08:26 PM   #29
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Re: In-cab to under-bed fuel tank conversion questions

If youíre leading towards #6 braided hose, check out Hot Rod Hose. Did my friends 67 short bed. They are very nice to work with and donít break the bank. Thanks Chuck
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Old 05-04-2021, 06:57 PM   #30
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Re: In-cab to under-bed fuel tank conversion questions

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Perfect timing on this thread and I hope I don't hijack but here is my current delima:

1967 short stepside - what are the filler options if moving tank to the rear? In bed, side, or ?

Also, if I am not going to EFI right now but might in the future is there a tank/way to accommodate that?

Thanks all, good thread on this.
hi
maybe i missed part of the conversation, are you still running it as NON_EFI
motor with this tank or have you switched?
thanx
mac

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