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1965 CHEVROLET K10 PICKUP Right Stuff Detailing Front to Rear Fuel Lines TGL6403S

Right Stuff Detailing TGL6403S - Right Stuff Detailing Front to Rear Fuel Lines

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Fuel Line, Front to Rear, Stainless Steel, Chevy, GMC, Set

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Brand: Right Stuff Detailing

Manufacturer's Part Number: TGL6403S

Part Type: Fuel Lines, Tank to Pump Lines

Product Line: Right Stuff Detailing Front to Rear Fuel Lines

Summit Racing Part Number: RSD-TGL6403S

UPC: 889165168448

Fuel Line Material: Stainless steel

Fuel Line Finish: Natural

Quantity: Sold individually.

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Right Stuff Detailing offers you the best-fitting, most exact reproduction fuel lines on the market. They utilize state-of-the-art CNC benders and automated end-forming machines that double-flare lines with remarkable consistency. Right Stuff Detailing front to rear fuel lines are available in OEM steel or stainless steel, as well as various diameters and configurations for direct fit replacement on hundreds of vehicles.

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I have a 1964 Chevy C-10 with a run of the mill 350 V8 with a mechanical pump.
The sending unit (from LMC Truck) is for 5/16" lines.
I tried LMC's pre-bent tank-to-pump fuel line solution for my truck and the fit wasn't even close (fittings, bends, or length).
Will this product fit my truck?

Asked by IAN on June 03, 2017


I purchased these lines for my 1966 C10 327, mechanical pump. Unfortunately, I haven’t had a chance to install them yet, but when compared side by side, they appear to be pretty close to the originals. I can’t get a good shot of the line that runs along the frame rail, but I do have a picture of the line that connects to the fuel tank. I zip tied my original to the new Right Stuff line for comparison. It appears to be right on with the exception of one compound bend. Not too hard to correct if necessary. The frame rail line appears to be really close to the original too. Hope this helps.

RON from IN answered on October 12, 2018

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