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Old 04-12-2015, 06:00 PM   #15
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After the fuel filter with the factory hose

Brass fittings
- One 1/8" NPT to 1/4" NPT hex reducing coupler F-F (fits to sender and T)
- One 1/4" NPT Branch T with F-M-F (fits to barbs and reducer)
- Two 5/16" Hose barbs with 1/4" NPT male fitting (fits to fuel hoses and T)

Where I going to install it:


This may be a little clearer of the plumbing:


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Note that any hoses that you use in the fuel system mush be fuel injected rated. The ends of any steel tubes cut should have the ends bulge some with a double flaring tool. You should also use two screw type hose clamps at each steel tube hose connection.
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That was my thinking too, Thanks
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Thanks for the suggestion of using a adapter from a fuel pressure gauge then using a fuel rail adapter 107133. Screwed the sender into it. Gauge woks great, Thanks
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Forgot to mention, unscrewed and removed the valve stem.
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