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post #1 of 17 Old 03-17-2012, 10:29 AM Thread Starter
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Fuel and Brake Line routing along frame (Pic request)

Setting up to run the lines (fuel/brake) along the frame rail and don't have a good picture of the routing especially around the shock tower to the Tank. If anyone has a good picture of these lines I would greatly appreciate it. TIA Jim


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post #2 of 17 Old 03-17-2012, 11:22 AM
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here are some I snapped of my rusty parts Jeep...hope they help





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Thank you that helps alot. Any chance I can trouble you for one more of the other side of the fuel lines were the come through that protective plastic cap?? Thanks again.

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Thank you that helps alot. Any chance I can trouble you for one more of the other side of the fuel lines were the come through that protective plastic cap?? Thanks again.
do you mean where they go through that black rubber block that protects them at the crossmember?

if so I can snap a pic tomorrow in the daylight... but be aware they won't be connected to anything, as the whole assy. is now just laying out by my shed

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Yes Thanks.

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no sunshine today, but snapped a couple of quick pics for ya'


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Thank you, it was very much appreciated!

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Here's how I tape the lines & wiring in place to avoid pinching.





Otherwise, you can end up with a pinched fuel line like this in one of my customer's Jeep.



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HI Max thanks for the additional photos That helps a lot. One more Question for you or anyone else, I am looking for a few more of the clips that go into the frame to hold the lines Dealers do not carry anymore does anyone have a source for something similar? Does anyone now if the newer jeeps use the same type of frame mounts? Thanks again for the info.

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I recently refinished my frame (POR and bedliner) and installed SS brake lines as well, so I was looking at them here, but haven't ordered any yet.

http://www.factorychryslerparts.com/...modelYear=1988

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anybody else know if the clips #32 and #34 are used on any other models that parts are still available for?

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Yeah it is mainly #32 I was looking for and none of the dealers around me have them, they are discontinued.
There is a Dorman part # I found 800-282 or 800-283 that is close but they are like $11 a piece which I think is crazy for a 0.25 cent piece of plastic. but I may have to bit the bullet on this one.

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I just bought a set of the #34 for my YJ rebuild about 6 months ago from the dealer. I can look at the package and get a part number this evening.

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$11 each is crazy!...and I thought the place I linked was asking too much at $5.35 per piece

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crackedcornish, the place you linked is a good source of diagrams but a lot of the older stuff is not available even though they still list is.

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