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    latoracing

    1970 Convertible Restoration

    Having both ends of the line flared to 37* you can connect them with...
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    Midlife

    Crane urinals

    I'd piss on that deal.
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    aslanefe

    1970 Convertible Restoration

    My original 3/8" hard fuel lines (2 pieces from the tank to the original mechanical fuel pump) already had the bubble flares at the ends. Put the clamps behind the flares like they were on the original hoses. Used EFI clamps on EFI hoses instead of the spring clamps that were original or the worm gear clamps.
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    Vicfreg

    1970 Convertible Restoration

    Mike got the rest of the fuel line install done. Now headed to his shop in the next week or so to start the car for the first time with an intact fuel system, completed exhaust, and EFI system installed. Should be fun, will post the first start video …..
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    Vicfreg

    Paul's 69 Mach1

    Wow, unbelievable. Bigmal on the forum said that the fires were close and smoke in the air for weeks.
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    MikeStang

    Mustang Undercarriage

    Always love seeing Buckeye's Stock appearing "As ford should have built them Frame Rails" Man those are killer and I'm considering doing a set like that on my sons 68 Coupe I am building.
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    SWPruett

    What sort of filler would you use?

    I would consider using All Metal by U.S. Chemical. It is a metal-fortified filler often used as a lead filler replacement. Hope this helps!
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    Ridge Runner

    Paul's 69 Mach1

    LOL . I would probably go for second gear only to open the door and fall out . I think Dynacorn has conversion dashes now .
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    Thanks mate. We are okay. Had one a couple of miles away but the wind was taking it away from us. We have had constant smoke for weeks. Dozens of lives, hundreds of houses and millions of acers have been lost and they are still going. I lost two relatives trying to protect their house. While they were cousins I hadn't met, it makes it all the more real. At this stage there is no significant rain forecast so the fires will continue for some time. I am a wildlife rescuer (snakes and lizards) and the toll is unbelievable. Nothing survives and will take decades to recover.


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