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Pssst...use the "search this forum" button and search fer fuel line... ;) :D
 

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i'z did. nothing came up and you still need your own show ;)

Just curious though, what do you for a living when not slaving away on this sight for everyone?
 

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i'z did. nothing came up and you still need your own show ;)

Just curious though, what do you for a living when not slaving away on this sight for everyone?
Go to the main T100 forum and you should see the "Search this forum" button...not the "search this thread" button that you see in here. Type in "fuel line" and click on "Go". There will be several threads on fuel lines. ;)
 

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Go to the main T100 forum and you should see the "Search this forum" button...not the "search this thread" button that you see in here. Type in "fuel line" and click on "Go". There will be several threads on fuel lines. ;)
I found 'em with "fuel filter" instead of fuel line.

Thanks man :)
 

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Here are the pics of my fuel filter and line.





http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/3429500333/in/photostream/


On the fuel filter, I'm trying to save the line going to the engine, but it so rusted that may not be an option. All the bolts are soaking in oil right now.

The second pic is the line running out of the filter, that goes into a hose, that goes into the engine block, or at least it appears that way.

The third, and this is the :headbang: The fuel line out the filter is cracked beyond repair, can't patch it at all. Now, the line is connected to the hose on top of the fuel tank. I can get to it, but because it is attached to a hose, every time I turn it with wrench on fitting and grips on hose fitting it moves. Ergo, I can't get any torque on it to break the bolt.

What I need to know: Should I just replace the fuel line from the engine to the tank and are there any suggestions on the line to the hose portion? I'm trying not to take the fuel tank off and I can get around it if I can break that bolt.

They have been PB blasted and oiled and for now I'm letting them soak until I hear from the Nation.

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Just click the flicker link for they additional pics of the fuel filter and the connection for line to hose.
 

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I think you'll be better off trying to source the lines from someone parting out their T-100...

If yer still intent on saving the line...you only really need the connector...you can always rebend new lines and flare the connectors on there. ;)
 

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Thanks Bam. So in your honest opinion, should I just go the distance and replace the line from the engine to the tank? I can probably have the line made with the connectors on it. My concern is the line coming out of the fuel filter to the engine. It looks pretty rigged, like it's been replaced before. I'll describe it and try to get some pics up later today:

The line out of the fuel filter connects to a hose/connector.

That connector is attached to a hose that runs into the engine block.

Is that the original fuel line set-up?

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Disregard the last post. I Went out and looked at the lines and see how it is set up.

It will be better if I can replace the line out of the fuel filter to the tank, provided I don't foul something up trying to get the filter off.

Keep ya posted!
 

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Yer gonna git me mixed up with all the postings... ;)

So the fuel line you want should be listed in here instead of the 1995-98 setups. ;)

From the tank to the filter line (listed from toyotapartsales.com)
OEM Catalog
Item Number MSRP Core Price Price
7725234020 $23.06 $0.00 $17.34

TUBE, FUEL MAIN, NO.

From the filter to the firewall (listed from toyotapartsales.com)
OEM Catalog
Item Number MSRP Core Price Price
7725134020 $22.58 $0.00 $16.96

TUBE, FUEL MAIN, NO.

So only 2 lines and a filter fer the 1993 T-100. :D
 

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Yer gonna git me mixed up with all the postings... ;)

So the fuel line you want should be listed in here instead of the 1995-98 setups. ;)

From the tank to the filter line (listed from toyotapartsales.com)
OEM Catalog
Item Number MSRP Core Price Price
7725234020 $23.06 $0.00 $17.34

TUBE, FUEL MAIN, NO.

From the filter to the firewall (listed from toyotapartsales.com)
OEM Catalog
Item Number MSRP Core Price Price
7725134020 $22.58 $0.00 $16.96

TUBE, FUEL MAIN, NO.

So only 2 lines and a filter fer the 1993 T-100. :D
Sorry for the confusion...still finding my way around the truck ;-)

Biggest problemo I got is getting line from filter to tank hose disconnected. Just got to let the oil and PB Blaster do its job. Thanks for the research though. I got to admit, sure do go out of your way to help us out here !
 

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You might have to empty and drop the tank. ;)

That or take off the bed... :D
 

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Either way will allow you to see any more damage/rusting is happening and allow you to take care of everything at once. ;)
 

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I know the fuel tank weighs less (when emptied) and there's less bolts to mess with...but if yer fuel lines are that rusted, I'm gonna venture that those bolts are as well.

Pulling the bed will allow you to see the tank in it's entire condition before you mess with it. I know that there have been a few owners that have had problems with rust on top of their tank and fuel pump assembly.

If it were me and I was by myself...I'd go with dropping the tank. Cause if the tank was hosed...I could just pull everything at that time and replace it. Pulling the bed and finding the tank hosed would require double effort. ;)
 
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