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  1. Whiplash
    10-03-2017 06:12 PM - permalink
    Hi Len,
    Just following up with you about the 73 thermostat. Your pm box is full and I’ve tried emailing you. Let me know if you are still interested.

  2. Brudock
    08-13-2017 09:42 AM - permalink
    Hi Len,

    I'm switching my car to EFI and would need to convert the 14x1.5 from my hardlines to 6AN.

    Do you make such an adapter? Basically M14.5x1.5 flared Male to 6AN male flared.

  3. SigepKat
    07-12-2017 11:58 AM - permalink
    Hey Len, your name keeps coming up as I research replacing my fuel lines...What do you provide and what's the cost? It's a 79 911 SC, if that's relevant.

  4. superman0234
    07-07-2017 11:45 AM - permalink
    Hello, I was wondering if you still re-did the jumper fuel lines for an 87 944 NA. Mine is not currently leaking but is cracked. Please let me know. I sent an email as well. Thanks!
  5. quattrorunner
    06-19-2017 06:13 PM - permalink
    Hi, was wondering if you had the fuel lines from left fuel tail to right fuel rail in the 84-89 Carrera intake, the one with a little t in it? Also the backside from fuel pressure regulator to fuel damper.
  6. mrcool
    12-08-2016 10:33 AM - permalink
    Hi There!

    This is an incredibly long shot but is there any chance you still have the MSDS Air Cooled Vanagon conversion kit?? I was reading that you had one in this thread, its only 6 years old.. Haha. I've good references from thesamba (same username) and such.

  7. jvandyke
    11-20-2016 04:42 PM - permalink
    Len, I think I've got a jumper line due from you for an '87 924s. Emails don't seem to be working.
  8. 911tracker85
    09-15-2016 05:15 AM - permalink
    I have sent a couple emails. finally ready to return the fuel lines you made for my 78 SC 930 conversion. did you get them?

    tried to send a PM but you box is full.

    Bob Cox
  9. Beakster
    05-19-2016 07:53 AM - permalink
    Len ... I have been trying many times to contact you about the Turbo Fenders you were asking about ... Are you still interested in them .. PLEASE get back to me .. Thanks
  10. freelax
    05-14-2016 09:45 PM - permalink
    Hi Len,
    Been reading up on fuel line replacement. I have a leaky pressure line at the fuel pump banjo and crimp fitting to the tunnel line. I see that Pelican does not stock the line from the accumulator to the tunnel hose, are you currently supplying replacement lines?
    My car is a 1983 911SC, what is the procedure to acquire new fuel lines and what is the cost?
    Thanks in advance,

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