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Old 07-21-2004, 03:44 AM   #11
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Really.... i'll have to check it out, but it seems like that'* the most viable short-term option. I found the fuel lines on GMPartsDirect for 4X.XX apiece, so it looks like i'll be able to afford to replace them with OEM stuff much sooner than expected, but i'll still need to do something for the next week or so.

Thanks much for the help guys. Feel free to throw in any other ideas. Aside from that, anybody know of any reputable auto shops in any suburbs north of chicago?
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Well, I found a shop that would replace the full fuel lines if I brought in the parts from an outside source, but none of the places around here will do the temporary custom work of putting the HP hoses onto the cut ends of the hard plastic lines, so I have one more question for you guys, how in hell do I cut those hard plastic lines without either cracking them further up the line, or shattering them?
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