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    Default Re: Ferguson TO-20 Fuel Line

    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick7Wi View Post
    Life has kept me busy, finally getting around to this...I'm wondering if this fuel line will fit a TO-20?

    FUEL LINE ASSEMBLY | Ford 8N Fuel Line | Ford 9N Fuel Line | FDS485 | 9N9282A
    While the biggest expense would be purchasing a double tube flaring kit and tube bender. They are investments you can use at a later date. BTW if you need a new fuel cutoff. I have a brand new one I'd sell for $20 shipped. I bought a new tank for my 135 which had a brass fitting on the bottom. It had a 35FE type cutoff with the wheel on it as the original. The new tank will not take that same cutoff thread. Slight difference in diameter. I've ordered one that says it's for a 135 and we'll see it the threads fit. If not I have a tap to match it up. As Soundguy mentioned. Go to Autozone and buy a 6 foot fuel line for a few dollars and make your own. You'll have enough tubing to do a bit of practicing. You will want to put a 90 degree bend in the line as it leaves the carb to stay clear of the exhaust, then another 90 towards the back. Then a 90 up and a 90 level to the cutoff at the tank. Cut to length with a flaired fitting and your good to go. If you make careful measurements of your angles, you can take a stick of brake line to a local auto repair and they'll make you one at a cost. By that time you've spend enough to buy your own equipment to do it yourself. Check out my refurbish thread. I just did this. Also there are plenty of videos on Youtube showing how to flare tubing ends. With the right tools it's quite easy. -kid message #286

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    Default Re: Ferguson TO-20 Fuel Line

    that huge investment will be under 20$ for a double flare kit and bender for 1/4 / 5/16

    if you buy brake line you don't need the kit and only need the 4#\$ bender ( kit and bender priced at harbor freight )...

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