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A caliper is one of a mechanics's best friend.
Remember Webers like low pressure, under 3 PSI.
You don't need to worry about the metal fuel lines.
All the changes will take place under the hood.
Remember further help depends on pictures and a complete
run down of conversation process..

....We need to get tough with these new guys............;)

(PS: happy to help)...:sneaky:

Tell us about your name. I assume that you are from
San Francisco and you make bread...
 

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I don't think you have to use metric. If memory serves it's 3/8" line. Metal line should be the same size. I've had no issues using normal old imperial line with mine. If you need a regulator and don't feel like spending big bucks on one of the glass ones, just get a Holley 1-4psi regulator. Should be like $20.
 

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A caliper is one of a mechanics's best friend.
Remember Webers like low pressure, under 3 PSI.
You don't need to worry about the metal fuel lines.
All the changes will take place under the hood.
Remember further help depends on pictures and a complete
run down of conversation process..

....We need to get tough with these new guys............;)

(PS: happy to help)...:sneaky:

Tell us about your name. I assume that you are from
San Francisco and you make bread...
Yes was in Bay Area and made bread for 40 years. Now getting beat up by Alfa guys!!! But loving it.
 

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I don't think you have to use metric. If memory serves it's 3/8" line. Metal line should be the same size. I've had no issues using normal old imperial line with mine. If you need a regulator and don't feel like spending big bucks on one of the glass ones, just get a Holley 1-4psi regulator. Should be like $20.
Thanks for your input.I'm with you, but my son is the one who wants everything by the book.
 

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Whats wrong with Spica?
It was/is a Rube Goldberg re-design of a diesel pump to meet USA emission standards..

The hose from the tank to the pump/filter in the rear is much larger than the fuel line after the rear filter.
The USA hose size to fit the Weber fittings is 5/16"
 
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