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Fuel Injection Hose Rebuild

Hello,

I have some rubber fuel injection hoses that have degraded. I would like to replace the rubber hose portion, but reuse the stems. Some of these hoses are very expensive to purchase new, or unavailable for older cars.

Can anyone recommend a shop that can replace and re-crimp rubber fuel hoses? Preferably in Northern California, but anywhere will do.

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Try Charles at Griffiths.
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This is not Hose but Tube called Polyamide and it is difficult to replace.

I have Re-Made lots of CIS lines with this tube but have no experience with 964 models.

If you send me a sample I am willing to try the Re-Make for you.

Please email me ONLY, NO pm's.

Len.Cummings at verizon.net

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Sorry, should have also mentioned Len Cummings who did my fuel lines for me. Great work great service.
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Thanks guys!

Len, I will be in touch with you soon. The lines I am looking to restore are from a 2002 996tt. Specifically three lines for the fuel rail.

The outer rubber hose has is showing signs of degradation. In your experience is the Polyamide tube compromised at this point?




On a separate and later project, I would like to address the fuel lines in the engine compartment for a 911SC.

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In my experience, the Polyamide Tube is practically "Bulletproof". It's the rubber cover that degrades over time & conditions.

I have Re-Made the CIS lines with a rubber cover.......



...that seems to hold up over time.

Certainly can try this with the 964/965 as well.

Len.Cummings at verizon.net

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