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    Default replacement fuel lines

    I have an 89 Silverado and the fuel lines are realy crusty. Anyone know of any aftermarket replacements available?? I know I'll have to replace the sending unit also but there are plenty of them on-line.
    Thanks... Faithful GM fullsize truck owner since 1975 !!!

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    Why don't you contact a GM truck dealer? They must be able to help you out!!

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    Default Gas Lines

    I have checked with the dealer, they are availble, just looking for a lower cost option. Thanks for the reply.

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    Well, in that case...EBAY may be an option or a retailer...

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    send this guy an email and let him know what you need. i just bought a set of fuel lines from him for 70.00 shipped. he has some new and used, also sending units and pumps. make sure to tell him wether or not its an extended cab or not.
    beats the 230.00 for a set of new feed and return lines

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