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I was looking into making my fuel lines and came across this site for the Koul tool. I was just wondering if anyone has had the chance to use this tool. It looks really sweet and I'm thinking of getting it?

KOUL tools, LLC - Lake Havasu City, AZ

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Cool

Ed:

They work as advertised. If you are going to do a lot of AN braided hoses, get one or a set. They can save a few bleeding fingers, Not every socket is the same and they have finally gotten around to making some little spacers to work with different brands of sockets. The Hot Rod kit is the one that makes the most sense to me for and FFR with a tool for -6,-8,-10. They don't work with Teflon hoses, remember.

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I have the -6 one - it's a no brainer to use for braided hose - worth every penny.
 

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Ed:
They don't work with Teflon hoses, remember. Ron
Just my 2C added to Ron's final note...

Considering how much the prices of GOOD teflon hoses have come down (and you should make sure to buy good hoses), it would be a shame not to consider them. While I am not an expert, the consensus on many of the recent threads out there about hoses seems to indicate that the teflon hoses will give you the longest service life.

The tool does look very "KOUL"...but I went with the teflon hoses and didn't buy the tool (I looked at it too back then too)

Good luck!
 
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