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  1. FYI: I just realized today that the supply is 3/8 and the return is 5/16. looks like its going to work nicely though. Put one fitting on: Taped the line with electrical tape, put in flaring block which i put in the vise, and then took the fitting with center removed, started it then beat it in with mallet. actually went very nicely.
  2. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002JMCQ4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000E35WHO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/dorman-help-nylon-fuel-line-union-5-16-inch-nylon-lines-800-012/9110017-P?searchTerm=nylon+fuel+line This is what I bought- quick connectors go to rail, steel union is going on tank side, with a peice of rubber line in between sending unit nipple and union. Either gonna use two more quick connects for the filter, or two more steel union-rubber line. Havent done anything yet, but I will post some pics when I do. I used nylon line on another truck that I got from gastankman on ebay. Came out super nice, he sold a kit for the chevy, but not the comanche. The ends are pretty hard to push on. But I found a link a couple days ago that shows using a caulk gun and flaring block to put the barbed fittings into the nylon line. You put the line in the flaring block, place the flaring block across the bottom of the gun, and press the fitting into the line like that. This is what I'm gonna try, but dorman also sells a tool which looks nice.
  3. FYI: If anyone is following and looking for fuel lines, I ended up going with nylon fuel line made by dorman. I bought from amazon along with quick disconnects. under $70 total for everything
  4. where does a shower drain come into play with gas pipe?
  5. Hey, If anyone has a HESCO TPS adapter to run a HO throttle body with a Renix TPS, let me know. I'm in NJ if you are not willing to ship. Have paypal, or cash for local pickup. Thanks!
  6. Also, I am looking to source new fuel lines as well. Does anyone know of a set of fuel lines that will fit the "quick connect" fittings of a HO XJ rail? I have used gastankman on ebay before for a different vehicle with great results, I contacted him but did not receive a response. I am going to contact him again, but in the meantime I was wondering if anyone else had any links to a fuel line set, without going AN
  7. Agreed, I found a mopar one for $90 if the one I have is no good. The fuel rail itself was very dirty, so that i why I am hesitant to use the regulator that was on it.
  8. Yes. But I never tested it. It was never on anything that ran. But they seem pretty cheap to replace
  9. I have a set of ebay remaanned injectors that I think are 3 hole. I ran these my Renix for 3 years. The truck never ran perfect, well consistently at least. I would rather not reuse these. I also have a bunch of other OEM jeep injectors from various years, and varying conditions. As a last resort I could clean them up and use them, But I would much rather purchase a remanufactured 4 hole set
  10. In case anyone in a similar situation is following along, here is one of cruisers links about the Volvo 746s for renix applications http://cruiser54.com/?p=438
  11. Hey everybody! Hoping to shed the light on some issues that others may also be experiencing. Here's the deal: 1987 MJ, Still has RENIX electrical system HO 4.0 Motor and head (2001) HO intake manifold (95?, not the ramshorn style of 01) Matching fuel rail to intake. Has a pressure regulator on the return line. Both supply and return lines are located at end furthest away from firewall. I am looking for injectors that will work with this setup, but I am having trouble determining my necessary specs for the new injectors. Since I am buying new anyway, I would like to get 4 Hole injectors as well. It seems as if the renix injectors operate at a different psi than HO. Since I have Renix electronics, but a HO fuel rail, manifold, engine, I am not sure what injectors would work best.
  12. Awesome thank you, I am going to try and navigate it now
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