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      I’ll have to tell him about those. Are they similar to the bendable brake lines? Pretty easy to install? He’s got a Holley aftermarket fuel pump on the motor already.
      It is 3/8" poly armour brake line that I made from straight lengths with the holley filter using NPT fitings. I used one 12" line from the pump to the filter then cut the line from the filter to my regulator and flared the end. You would need to buy the fittings but they are easy to source. You would need to figure out what to do at the carb for your connection. The goal is to get a safe filtter and eliminate as much rubber as you can.
       

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      No real reason other than that’s what I want. The look mostly. I had the a stainless line from the old 289 I removed but don’t quite reach without a decent length of rubber on there.
      Fair enough. Do you have any fuel filters in your car? If you have the standard 1965 fuel pump with the filter built into it then that works out well. I have an aftermarket Holley brand fuel pump and they recommend running a fuel filter between the pump and the carburetor, especially if you don't have one before the pump. So I bought the following hose, hose fittings and fuel filter that I placed between the pump and the carburetor. If you don't have a fuel filter, you should definitely consider one, which if you buy hard lines then you'll either have to cut the fuel line kit that you buy and install one, or make your own hard lines and put one in instead.



       
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      I put one of these fuel filters between the fuel pump and the carburetor, used some Earl's brand fuel line as well as their AN fuel fittings. Worked out well for me.

       
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