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#2: 11-21-2012, 07:35 PM
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Well I would'nt bother to much on ordering specific lines because they are routed ways that you can do unless you drop the gas tank and many other problems that you'll run into since the lines are done in factory, plus the extra cost and wait time it will be,

Just go get your standard roll of break line, buy yourself a flaring tool, their quite cheap and come on sale, I believe they are double flares, not bubble, you'll need metric fittings and couplers, and route them the easiest way, mount them solid so they wont move around, and spray them with undercoat oil to extend their life span,