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Old 02-05-2007, 10:40 PM   #11
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I'm familiar with the Riv'* re-routing of the fuel lines as well as the Bonneville'*. I have two fuel rails sitting on the shelf here, and fuel lines disconnected.

Pat, do you have calipers? Or a micrometer?
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I'm familiar with the Riv'* re-routing of the fuel lines as well as the Bonneville'*. I have two fuel rails sitting on the shelf here, and fuel lines disconnected.

Pat, do you have calipers? Or a micrometer?
i do not have access to either while at school

is there something that is different between the Rails and the Lines that i should be aware of?
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Well, I don't have the Riv right here, and I'd have to call my boss at home to have him bring it tomorrow. But I can very accurately measure the fuel rails and connectors I have here for you. Let me know if that will help. Or pics.
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Well, I don't have the Riv right here, and I'd have to call my boss at home to have him bring it tomorrow. But I can very accurately measure the fuel rails and connectors I have here for you. Let me know if that will help. Or pics.
that would be awesome....

the Part number on the Rail that i have here is 24500370, that may make things easier
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after doing more research.....

Don has informed me that the 92-93 Fuel rail shares the same P/N as the 95 fuel rail i have here....

Bill W I assume that the Fule Rails you have also share the 24500370 P/N
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I was going to get my boss to shoot a pic of his Riv connections. Would that help, or would it be pointless?

I can check the P/N'* on mine (all 3) when I get home.
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I was going to get my boss to shoot a pic of his Riv connections. Would that help, or would it be pointless?

I can check the P/N'* on mine (all 3) when I get home.
im not worried about the Connections on the Fuel rail of the Riv as i have the Fuel lines here.....but thank you tho

i think the P/N of the fuel rails....i believe that the fuel rail i have is gonna connect with the Nylon lines i have here.....would there be any way for you to test this theory
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The fuel rails I have (Zilla'* and a spare 93 L67) are both 01000368. I can't check the 95 without pulling the rail, but I assume it to be the same.
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The fuel rails I have (Zilla'* and a spare 93 L67) are both 01000368. I can't check the 95 without pulling the rail, but I assume it to be the same.


interesting that Don'* Big Blue Book shows 24500370 for 92-93 L67

i would have to assume that the Quick Connects are the same for the 92-95.....and the rail should be the same size as the lines??


thoughts?
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You can buy the fittings that attach to the Buick rail, they come with a 6" tail of nylon hose and a union. You can make your own configuration using these replacement fittings. One tip though if you consider using them, I used a pipe flare clamp to hold the nylon tubing so I could insert the union. Without it there was no way to hold the lines rigid enough and they eneded up kinking under pressure while inserting the union.

I have the part numbers somewhere if you like, I could dig them out tomorrow if you need them.

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