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Old 08-24-2007, 10:28 PM   #1
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Hey everybody new to this site and new to my new to me 1997 Bonneville SSEI. Ive had lots of time fixing up my past cars(supras/Gsx Eclipse), and still moding my 03 Gt mustang!!!

The mustang is getting ready for its 04 cobra swap, and now I have a new blower car to play with !!!!!!

Well the story goes I happened upon the Bonneville at the right price and 100k miles, and this was last weekend. When I got the car home I noticed that it had a fuel leak, so I spent the better part of a day pulling off the fuel lines as both lines had quite a few holes/slits in them, all the damage stops at the front of the passenger side door.. GM apparently no longer makes the lines, and Ive called all the junk yards in my state to locate a pair and Ive had no luck. Anybody know somebody that makes custom lines???? Worse case I guess I will have to make my own!!!!!
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First off, welcome. You came to the right place for answers.

I had my lines done at a local garage, he didn't seem to have any problem. You can get eht lines at AutoZone but they have to be custom made, like the fittings and bends and what not. Call around to a few garages, shouldn't cost you too much, I think it only cost me little over $100. Of course, if you can make them yourself, you'll save $$.
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Ive been all over this aera and no luck yet! Iam also having trouble finding the proper fittings to hook up to my alum/hard lines. 3/8 and 5/16 to -6an ??
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Hmmm..perhaps posting your question in a different section will get you a quick answer.
Try posting in the 92-99 board under Mechanical and Maintenance. I am sure someone can point you in the right direction from there.
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