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post #1 of 16 Old 09-23-2017, 07:12 PM Thread Starter
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Yj L shaped fuel line to filter

So I've searched around couldn't find anything. Dug on forums. Checked part numbers that are either discontinued or can't find anymore. So I tried searching molded fuel line. even was being specific on searches and added 5/16.

Couple months went by and I was on amazon and looked up fuel like. Just regular fuel like. Figured I'd re do it to the filter.
Then I tripped across it. I wanna say I paid all of 10 bucks for it. Might seem like alot to some but worth it. There's no way of getting around it but I digress.
It's a Briggs & Stratton fuel line same size the yjs use and its molded.all you gotta do it cut to desired size. I'll put the part number and what it looks like I just wanted to share for everyone out there.

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Chrysler still stocks them. I just picked one up a month ago. I would guess that Briggs line is not pressure rated for 60 psi. Remember this will try and live one the pump side of the pressure feed right before a the slight restriction of the filter and see full pressure.

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Chrysler still stocks them. I just picked one up a month ago. I would guess that Briggs line is not pressure rated for 60 psi. Remember this will try and live one the pump side of the pressure feed right before a the slight restriction of the filter and see full pressure.
Jim, do you remember what it cost? I bought mine from the dealer about 3 years ago. I think it was less than $6. And they had it in stock.

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Chrysler still stocks them. I just picked one up a month ago. I would guess that Briggs line is not pressure rated for 60 psi. Remember this will try and live one the pump side of the pressure feed right before a the slight restriction of the filter and see full pressure.
They stock it for the yj? I've found a nylon L they had but I think they said it was a tj part
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Forgot to mention it's braided like regular fuel line so I'd imagine it can withstand 60psi
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Jim, do you remember what it cost? I bought mine from the dealer about 3 years ago. I think it was less than $6. And they had it in stock.
Ya it was like $30 but the local Chrysler dealer sucks....

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They stock it for the yj? I've found a nylon L they had but I think they said it was a tj part
It wasn't in stock they had to order it in so it took a day to get it, but yes sir it was a OEM rubber fuel elbow for the yj. It has the larger opening for the fuel filter side and the smaller side for the hard line side.

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Forgot to mention it's braided like regular fuel line so I'd imagine it can withstand 60psi
Lots of fuel line has braid in it, that alone is a poor indicator of the ability of a fuel line, that is sold to use in a gravity feed applications ability to withstand the fuel pump for long. In this case I need to "know" that the line will hold up or all I will be able to "imagine" is a YJ burning to the ground.

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Lots of fuel line has braid in it, that alone is a poor indicator of the ability of a fuel line, that is sold to use in a gravity feed applications ability to withstand the fuel pump for long. In this case I need to "know" that the line will hold up or all I will be able to "imagine" is a YJ burning to the ground.

That's a bad image. I'll have to call and ask them again. Do you remember the part number by any chance
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Although 30 bucks it alot for a little piece. Ugh hate how it's a dealer item
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That's a bad image. I'll have to call and ask them again. Do you remember the part number by any chance

I did some digging and found this part number.. 53004014 Then I found a place selling them and they look just like the one I installed last month. Its still $23 for the little bugger....


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Does it matter if I have a straight 6? Just lists 2.5l
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It's for the 4.0 as well.

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Cut the metal fuel line from the tank back 3 inches.
Flare the end of the metal fuel line.
Use a piece of FI 60 PSI rated fuel line long enough to make the connection without the bend.
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Cut the metal fuel line from the tank back 3 inches.
Flare the end of the metal fuel line.
Use a piece of FI 60 PSI rated fuel line long enough to make the connection without the bend.

I would but I got stainless fuel lines other than the vent line to the charcoal canister. Actually anyone know where to get one if those lines?
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I would but I got stainless fuel lines other than the vent line to the charcoal canister. Actually anyone know where to get one if those lines?
Those lines? Are you talking OEM hard fuel lines?

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