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Mr Gasket 29883

Chrome Fuel Line Kit Fits Edelbrock & Carter Carburetors

Mr Gasket 29883

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Mr Gasket 29883 Chrome Fuel Line Kit Fits Edelbrock & Carter Carburetors $14.68
Chrome Fuel Line Kit
  • Fits Edelbrock & Carter Carburetors
  • 3/8'' NPT Inlet
  • Includes 5/8'' Banjo Bolt 1/8'' Tap For Fuel Gauge

  • Mr Gasket 29883 Details


  • Chrome Plated Fuel Line

  • Specifications:

    Color
    Silver
    Material
    Steel
    Size (in.)
    0.375
    Position
    N/A
    Adjustable
    No
    Fuel Filter Included
    No
    Fitting Finish
    Chrome
    Fuel Line Finish
    Chrome
    Fuel Line Inlet Size (in.)
    3/8 NPT
    Fuel Line Material
    Steel
    Fuel Line Type
    Hard tube
    Fuel Pressure Gauge Included
    No
    Gauge Port
    Yes
    Gauge Port Size (in.)
    1/8 NPT
    Inlet Attachment
    Female Threads
    Outlet Attachment
    Banjo fitting
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Outlet Quantity
    One
    Fitting Material
    Steel
    Inlet Quantity
    One
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    29883

    Engineered for competition
    These chrome-plated fuel lines are made of copper tubing with brass fittings and silver-brazed connections.

    29883 - Mr. Gasket Chrome Fuel Line Kits is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Questionable quality The first item I received had a damaged or incorrect tap for the pressure gauge. It was difficult to remove and seat the plug and never fully sealed. JEGS customer service was great and quickly sent me a new one. The new one had a much better gauge tap and there was no difficulty seating that one. However, the 3/8 NPT threads didn't seem all that clean and the banjo bolt going into the carburetor didn't thread as nicely as I think it should have. Between the two parts I had I was able to put together a functioning piece.
    Date published: 2015-02-15
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