Building fuel lines... I'm using Earl's Performance Vapor Lock fuel line and fittings. The fittings are really nice, the end swivels too. The hose is EFI rated to 225psi and cuts nice. I used some Milwaukee shop shears to cut it. A little squirt of WD40 on the barb of the fitting and it slides right on. I also decided to use the clamps that get crimped on... Earl's has a set of pliers they sell as well. This will get bolted to the firewall and covered in heat shield... After my last post I hurt my shoulder... I've been forced to stay out of the shop and it's killing me... Today was the first day in about a week and a half that it's been good enough to do any work... And that's about as far as I got when things went wrong. In the above picture, the line on the right in the main feed line, the other is the return line. I meant to put the fuel filter in that line. Grrrrrrr... Also, where the lines bend up towards the bottom of the tub, they're trying to kink. Which leads to this picture... The remaining piece of fuel line was about 4 inches too short, about the length of the fuel filter. So I couldn't run the return line back to the tank... I added the fitting after the picture was taken... so I had to order more fuel line, a couple 90 degree fittings, and some more clamps... then it should be done. Once the submersible fuel line gets here I can set up the in tank pump.