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JEGS Aluminum Fuel Line [3/8 in. OD x 0.035 in. Wall]


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JEGS 15100
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Aluminum Fuel Line
  • 3/8 in. OD x 0.035 in. Wall
  • 25 ft. Seamless Aircraft Tubing Coil
  • Maximum 25 psi
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    What connector would I need to connect my aluminum fuel tank line to my jegs aluminum fuel line? Then my aluminum fuel line to my rubber fuel line.   Thanks

    Asked by: Bradwtyler
    This will depend on the fitting on your fuel tank. These are commonly used to connect to AN style fittings - http://www.jegs.com/p/JEGS-Performance-Products/JEGS-AN-Hard-Line-Aluminum-Tube-Nuts-Sleeves/752568/10002/-1 You can use a standard hose clamp to connect to rubber hose for low pressure applications.
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