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Old 03-10-2008, 09:23 PM   #1
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Is there such a thing? I thought someone had mentioned some not too long ago. I am going to replace mine to eliminate some possible hose leaks that I suspect I have. Some of mine are in bad shape.
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You bet, check out the dealer.
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Is there such a thing? I thought someone had mentioned some not too long ago. I am going to replace mine to eliminate some possible hose leaks that I suspect I have. Some of mine are in bad shape.
I got a set from I belive it was autozone. Just cut the the length you want. different colors as well.
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You folks are fast!

So I take it that it'* not a dealer only item. I searched GM parts direct and Rock Auto with no luck. I just want one that is simple, remove and replace at a good price.
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the dealer will have an extra match replacement of your existing lines. or you can do what Danthurs did and get aftermarket cut to length generic tubing.
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If you REALLY want the stock stuff, I have most of my old lines and there in good shape. I'll be happy to dig them out and ship them to you for a good price.
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buying the kit at the dealer will cost you $$. the kit that goes from the FP regulator, to the LIM, to the MAP sensor (i think thats the route) cost me 23 dollars. Next time I'm just going to get the autozone generic cut to length stuff. It seems more durable than the hard stock lines anyways
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buying the kit at the dealer will cost you $$. the kit that goes from the FP regulator, to the LIM, to the MAP sensor (i think thats the route) cost me 23 dollars. Next time I'm just going to get the autozone generic cut to length stuff. It seems more durable than the hard stock lines anyways
I dont remember the exact price, but I think it was like $12 or so. It had different sized lines. I think it was 3 different sizes. Cant remember.
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If you REALLY want the stock stuff, I have most of my old lines and there in good shape. I'll be happy to dig them out and ship them to you for a good price.
L36 and L67 lines are completely different
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If you REALLY want the stock stuff, I have most of my old lines and there in good shape. I'll be happy to dig them out and ship them to you for a good price.
L36 and L67 lines are completely different
Are they? Ok, never mind then.
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