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Braided hose fuel lines

Looking to replace my unsafe fuel injector hose and hose clamp fuel lines with safer braided hose fuel lines on my splitport. I got a source for the adapters at the fuel rail but Im having trouble finding the exact size of the fuel lines from the fuel filter to the passenger side of the engine compartment. Here's a link to the adapters I found.

http://russellperformance.com/mc/ada...fuel-efi.shtml

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Don't over complicate it look at the ID of the steel line it is either 1/4, 5/16 or 3/8
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Don't over complicate it look at the ID of the steel line it is either 1/4, 5/16 or 3/8
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Took a look at the lines and I couldnt find anything that says the size. Im guessing their 1/4.

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Guess you will have to measure them then.
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