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Old 02-24-2016, 11:58 AM
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Tracking down a cummins part

I'm having troubles tracking down a piece of steel fuel line for my 1993 cummins 5.9

its the line that goes in between the lift pump and the fuel filter block. I had to change my lift pump and its rust fused together and i've tried everything to get it to break loose. I have to have it running really soon so i can get to work.
I'm not left with many options.

Short term- would i be able to just cut the line and put a piece of rubber injector hose and clamps for a few weeks till i can order the factory line from cummins (they stock the part, but has to be shipped in for somewhere downsouth)
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Old 02-24-2016, 12:30 PM
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Yes you should be able to no prob my 95 has fuel line there instead of steel
Has a diesel pre heater plumbed in there has been that way since I got truck
Just make shure line is compatable with diesel fuel some fuel lines will break down with diesel quite quickly
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Old 02-25-2016, 08:55 AM
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perfect! thanks for the answer, i just didnt want to pop a line as soon as i pull out on to the hwy.
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