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Fuel line routing.
#1
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2150
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Trying to figure out how the fuel line was routed on my 2150.
First pic shows where it seems to end. Question: Is it a hose from there to the fuelpump inlet.
Second pic shows lh shock absorber. Question: Does it go inboard or outboard of the shock absorber?
Third pic shows the lh frame rail. Question: Does it go under or on the side of the frame rail?
Brgds.
Thomas L.

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Posted on: 2017/7/11 9:59
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Re: Fuel line routing.
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fredkanter
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Yes it's a hose from the open end to fp. Don't understand question on photo #2, it goes neither in or outboard of shock, as it is shown it goes to the rear of shock then descends in rear of crossmember

Posted on: 2017/7/11 10:05
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Re: Fuel line routing.
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HH56
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Assuming the 2150 was like the 2122, the fuel line goes inward of the L shock absorber, around it between the battery tray and then down and under the frame rail for a short distance. There is a bolt type clamp under the rail. It then comes out and goes on the outside of the rail and down the length of the car. The clamps sort of suspend the line to clear the body outriggers until it gets to the rear axle arch where it is flush with the rail and then heads inward to the tank outlet.

I couldn't tell for sure the length and type of the original cushions but chose to add a couple of split hoses at the front where it makes the bend around the shock absorber and frame and then goes under the frame. You can't see it well in the photo but there is one of the push in frame line hangers similar to those seen on the axle arch that is located between the two sections of hose.

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Posted on: 2017/7/11 10:35
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