need sd33 fuel line

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rudolf diesel
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need sd33 fuel line

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Looking to buy sd33 fuel injector line, does not matter which of the 6 lines, as I will be using it for my OTC injector tester. Please e-mail me at dcampb18@sbcglobal.net
Thanks
rlaggren
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Might try brake lines.
82 Maxima wagon
rudolf diesel
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rlaggren wrote:Might try brake lines.
Thanks, but The end I need is a different shape than what is on brake lines. I also need the nuts on the line, they are 12mmx1.5 I believe.
dn29626
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rudolf diesel

Are you the same guy with the vo/biodiesel place in Mauldin a few years ago?
82 King Cab 2wd (nice)
82 Reg Cab (body damage)
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rudolf diesel
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No, sorry, not the same guy.
rlaggren
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Post by rlaggren »

> end fitting

Duh! <g> Well...

Maybe a hydraulic shop could fab the lines, bends and all. Not sure, never tried to find this stuff. It'd cost more than pre-formed, of course. Could try googling and see what services are out there; if anything turns up then see if somebody does it locally. An IP shop would probably do the job or know who could; probably cost more that way. Could help if you had the original in semi decent shape.

There's enough diesels around. Seems there must be a way to get a high pressure IP line made up. I bet the whole thing is just cut and worked cold.

Rufus
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