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Anyone have a source for this fuel line?

The good news is, I found this failed line before the engine was hot. The bad news is, its NLA and cant find a good replacement. Anyone have one, or know a source for the proper high pressure line? I salvaged the banjo fittings, but cant find the line anywhere. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I need to get this car back on the road before the 100 degree summer temps!

part #: 930-110-513-00-OEM

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Anyone have one, or know a source for the proper high pressure line? I salvaged the banjo fittings, but cant find the line anywhere. . . .
Send the complete bad line to:
Mesa Hose
670 W 17th St, Unit G-5
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949-645-2661
They can make up a new assembly, fittings, high pressure SS braid, nylon jacket covered, good to 4000 psi.
The hose is flexible axially but not radially. Be sure clocking on old line is very close to exact or installation of new line will be difficult.
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Thanks for the heads up, but they no longer have that part available either.
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Send the complete bad line to:
Mesa Hose
670 W 17th St, Unit G-5
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
949-645-2661
They can make up a new assembly, fittings, high pressure SS braid, nylon jacket covered, good to 4000 psi.
The hose is flexible axially but not radially. Be sure clocking on old line is very close to exact or installation of new line will be difficult.

Thanks, I will keep this as a last resort. trying to find something more on the stock side, or a company closer to me.
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we repair these using tractor trialer air brake line..there is special tool to hold plastic hose in boiling water and push hose over old nipple...check with local truck parts place bring old part with you...murf
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Send it to BMRS. (Brown & Miller Racing Solutions) (concord, nc)

they can make any hose, just send it to them.
Call and ask for Wade.

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