You pretty much got it figured out. The larger of the two will fit on the output side of the fuel filter. The smaller one would be used to connect the return line back to the tank if you were using a return line. You should have some barbed fittings to connect the flexible hose to the hard lines. Mine were in the same bag as the rest of the fuel line fittings. On the hard lines I found that if I went ahead and started at the back and worked my way forward the coupling wound up in a tough spot right at where I needed to bend the front section. To make it a little easier I wound up bending the front piece and then cut both the front and back sections and redid the flares so they met about halfway down the frame.Ok this is where my lack of knowledge starts showing. I'm starting on the fuel lines and need some clarification. After the fuel filter do I use the white connector in the picture from the fuel filter and the flexible fuel hose and hose clamps to connect to the 5/16" hard line? Since I won't have a return line I won't be using any of the 1/4" lines and fittings.Is the black connector in the picture used for F/I? Any help is appreciated.
You may want to get the PS FB panels installed first. The inner panel is the main thing as, at least with mine, the fuel line comes up between that panel and the 4 inch tube.Thanks Glen, I do have the barbed fittings for the hard lines. Did you install any alum. panels before you ran your fuel lines? I only have the F panels and the d/s f/b front panel installed so far.