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Old 04-19-2023, 12:09 AM
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I found what I was looking for!!!!

Teague has them.

https://teaguecustommarine.com/10-an...-lock-hose-end
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If you go to Weldons website they give diagrams on their suggestions for plumbing both carbed and efi systems. They recommend a 3/4 inch pickup line plumbed to a -12. Talking to one of their reps at Sema, they claim this is needed for their pumps to perform to specs. For some of you having fuel issues this might be a place to look.
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I wasn't able to find the diagram on their site.

https://www.weldonracing.com/

Found it interesting that they are not far from my house. Never knew that.
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Select a pump go to tech specs. Then they will give you the routing for carb or efi.
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Originally Posted by KWright
Select a pump go to tech specs. Then they will give you the routing for carb or efi.
Cool. Thank you.
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Originally Posted by articfriends
IF your worried about being USCG legal, no AN hose or pushlock that I know of is USCG rated . At 550 hp I would convert the -10 to the size hose you have attached to water separator, if its 3/8 ID, buy a female -10 x 3/8 adapter, IF its 1/2" ID, -10 by 1/2". Most USCG rubber fuel line is much thicker then you realize and smaller ID, IE, I would swear the 3/8 line was bigger because the rubber is so thick, Smitty
Found this to be interesting. On Teague's site, he's got USCG rated fuel hose. It says use pushlock fitting with Oetiker clamp.

https://teaguecustommarine.com/trident-marine-fuel-hose

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I’ve used marine fuel line hoses (not ‘push lock’ hoses) with push lock fittings before. So maybe they are doing the same ?
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That's the only hose he's got listed for fuel, so they must be.
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Must be which ? Reg marine fuel hose or push lock ?
Remember, my bulb glows dim
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Originally Posted by SB
Must be which ? Reg marine fuel hose or push lock ?
Remember, my bulb glows dim
They only have the Trident USCG rated fuel hose. But they say to use the push lock fittings with the oetiker clamp.

I see CPperformance sells push lock hose, and it's not USCG rated.

So I'm assuming it's regular marine hose Teague is selling while using the push lock fittings.
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