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Old January 1st, 2016, 10:42 AM
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William Ficner
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I'll have a more detailed look through your link.

I had been thinking of utilizing small rubber sections with clamps to bridge between the steel pipe and the lines. However compression fittings would be nicer.
I'll have to head out to the cold workshop and take some measurements of the pipes.

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Old January 1st, 2016, 11:20 AM
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Don Bunnell
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I ran rubber lines - easy to get a my the local Napa also simple and durable like RD said. I ran my up the top of the left side frame rail as the OM617 has its fuel setup on the left side and the right side had some brake lines. The frame had a few holes where I used some nutserts (m5 IIRC) and used plastic hose clips with bolts to secure. I'm happy with the results. There should be some pics of it on the OM617 or my build thread.

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