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It starts by coming through a short metal line which travels through the front left tin. There is a rubber bushing there to protect the metal line from being cut by the tin. It then travels toward the center of the engine, where it enters the fuel pump. Exiting the fuel pump, it travels leftward, where it is held in place by a clip attached to the top of the cylinder tin. It then travels back toward where it entered the engine compartment, where it meets the "T" connection. The T-connection branches off to each carbruretor in turn.
I thought I retained messages concerning how much fuel line is needed, but can't find any, and the archives are down.I always get 5 feet and replace everything, including the piece up front.
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