7/8"-20 Threads for Holley Dual Feed Carburetors
JEGS 110823 Dual Feed -6 AN Fuel Line for Holley 4150 Carburetors makes plumbing a fuel system a breeze. The extension fittings connect directly to your carburetor and only takes a few minutes to attach. You can hook up the included t-fitting to a -6 AN line connection for easy installation. Its stylish black anodized finish and black braided stainless steel hose will complement any engine bay.
- (2) 7/8 in. Carburetor Inlet Fitting Gaskets
Easily Plumb a Dual Feed 4150 Series Carburetor into Your Fuel System
For dual-feed carburetors (7/8 in.-20 Holley or 9/16 in.-24 Demon), these fuel lines have a 1/8 in. NPT pressure tap and plug for direct or remote fuel pressure gauge mounting. A fuel junction block connects to the fuel system via 3/8 in. NPT female or -6 AN male inlet port. A special extension fitting connects the junction block to the front fuel bowl, and a -6 AN stainless steel braided hose with an adapter completes the connection to the rear float bowl. Offered with blue/red or black anodized fittings. JEGS also offers other dual feed fuel line kits to help find the right fit for your application including JEGS Premium Dual-Feed AN Fuel Line Kits, JEGS Adjustable Billet Fuel Lines with Filter, and JEGS 2-in-1 Dual Feed Fuel Line Kit.
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