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  • Posts

    • Shocks and fuel filler relocate are done. I used the metal pipe that came with the hose, so it should be ok.  
    • Understood, but it's just on the downpipe, so it won't have fuel sitting in it..I'm ok with the risk, and TBH I think that's what it has installed on in right now What I might do is use as much metal pipe as I can, then just use it to connect it all together. I tried to find one that was fuel pipe, and the right size, but most were too small to fit over the tank inlet on the Zuk in the yard.  
    • It is a bit harder to find big fuel hose...  or at least it was for me when the fuel filler pipe rusted out on my '82 Subaru, back in '92 or so.
    • Uh oh!  Read up, but typically don't use coolant hose for fuel and vice versa. If it delaminates or otherwise goops up in the inside, and you plug your fuel filter and injectors.....   Interesting re the skinny shocks!
    • Good idea! I didn't realize how skinny the OEM Sami shocks are. That explains the tight clearance lol.  Today I snagged a '96 f150 rad hose at Kenny's for 2$. I'm gonna use the bends in it to relocate the filer hose tighter towards the frame as it's catching on the 33s
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