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    Smile Fuel line replacement

    I have noticed that the fuel line in my limo needs to be replaced/rerouted.

    I did find some high quality fuel lines on Jegs. Can someone give me pointers on how it should be run under the vehicle ?

    I would assume that it cannot be anywhere near the drive shaft

    Any help or other pointers are much appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    It needs to be replaced or rerouted? There's a difference. If it needs to be re-routed, why? If it needs to be replaced just run it the same route it is now. I would not spend more money for line that looks expensive. Go to NAPA and buy the same kind of fuel line that's there now. Get a brake line bender to bend your lines.

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    OK. I'll inspect the line a bit more carefully to see if it needs to be replaced or simply re-routed.
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    Why are you under the impression that they need to be rerouted? Once they are in place, there really shouldn't be a reason to chage their routing.

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    I was told by my mechanic is that the way they have to be routed but I would like to inspect it myself before I'll start going crazy with replacing/rerouting them.

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    Why do you think it needs to be re-routed? I've never seen a coachbuilder not properly route the fuel line. Who was the coachbuilder?
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    Top Limo in LA that's definitely out of business for many good reasons.

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