I got a new tool/toy for my birthday and have set out to make myself a new set of fuel lines using -6 AN lines.
My car is an 88 GT with 3800SC and 5 speed. I originally used the 96 Pontiac Transport braided fuel lines but have always thought using 18 year old fuel hoses from a junk yard might not be the best idea.
I haven't had any issues with them yet. I still have 2 more sets that I scavenged from vans when I found them. But I don't know what condition the rubber is in inside the stainless braid.
The new lines are made for use with ethanol so they should also last a good long time.
What I got was an Eastwood flare tool and added the 37 degree AN option too.
I got the hose and AN fittings from a local speed shop. I got the 3/8" tubing from Autozone. I used the one that has a fitting on it that will attach directly to the stock Fiero fuel filter. I also got some 5/16" tubing for the return line. I bent the tubing the same as fuel line tubing I have now. I flared the ends to mate to the AN fittings and voila... Plug and play AN fuel lines that run from the filter to the fuel rail.
I still have a couple little details to finish up before I can install them but what do you think?
From top to bottom...
L67 fuel rail (mine actually has a modified rail so that the lines exit the front of the engine toward the side)
Stock Fiero lines
New custom AN lines
[This message has been edited by 2002z28ssconv (edited 01-25-2015).]