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New Fuel Line
#1
Just got my new fuel line.
We discovered a pinhole in the current line near the tank
and decided to replace the whole line rather than do a patch
job. A previous owner replaced the line but with incorrect
routing. The new line is 3/8 SS and has a shipping bend
about 180 degrees and maybe 20 inches in diameter.
That portion is labeled "shipping bend". Go figure.
Any members have a method for straightening the
line without damaging it?

mike

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#2
This is quite common, and relatively easy to undo. Simply bend it back by grabbing the lines beyond the bend and working it slowly back in line---the line is quite flexible. Just don't overdo things and kink the pipe.

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I have always used the garage floor starting arms length from the bend and pushing it to the floor. That bend is designed to be the strait run.

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