Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Staunton, VA - USA
Not to hijack this thread, but to add to it.
First, bravo to Graham for bringing up the idea of using cunifer line to replace the existing mild steel line! This is now pretty much "the standard" for replacing hard brake lines and is vastly superior to steel since it does not corrode and is far easier to bend as needed. There is no reason that it should not be the replacement material of choice for hard fuel lines as well.
As to a filter replacement, what are people using these days? I don't know when, or if, the filter style was changed from the under car "filter in a can" style. I have been unable to find replacement filters to fit the main fuel filter in SY cars, which I believe carried over to the SZs for at least part of the run, other than at obscene prices for NOS.
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