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Another option is hard nylon tubing, which is what Ford used/uses on many other vehicles. It's inexpensive, flexible, durable, & easy to work with. Bends can be made semipermanent with a common heat gun (or torch with fan shield). It will just slip onto the correct-sized hose barb, & seal without any clamp - just a drop of motor oil for lube.


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That's how Ford connected it to early ('84-91) plastic, brass, & stainless EFI fittings operating between 30-100 psi of gas, so it will easily handle 10 psi diesel.


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