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Was wondering is it possible to use the donor fuel lines? Not that I want to use old lines but am curious if its possible. The lines and fittings that Ron Morris sells what would I be looking at for price for everything?
 

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I think Ron's complete kit is around $150 or so.

Worth it...I didn't feel like trying to bend & flare all the fuel line. Other than the work it take to press in those black plastic connectors...it's a very simple install.

You can see some pictures of my fuel lines installed here: http://www.mindspring.com/~dans-cobra/oct03.htm
 

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I went to the trouble of bending both lines and getting them mocked up only to decide I did not like the look or the fact there was rubber hose to steel tube connections. I also went with Ron Morris lines and extremely glad I did.
 

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Your kit should come with 3/8 and 5/16 hard line. Using the donor lines isn't really functinoal because of all the pre-bends--you'll play hell getting them worked to go where they need to and the will look like sh#$. I've never seen Ron M.'s set up, but I can tell you for the cost of it I am much happier with my investment in steel braided lines and AN fittings for use inside the engine compartment (I am ruuning a carb though).

Straightening (it comes in a roll) and bending the FFR fule line was a drag but IMO well worth it. I just finished mine yesterday and boy howdy doody the are COOL 9oh yeah, and functional)
 

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i used the rubber lines from the mustang tank connections, they were in good shape. no one sees them under there anyway. connect them up to a new fuel filter then connect the other end up to the new ffr fuel lines.
 
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