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Old 06-11-2019, 04:52 PM
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Default Fuel line tool for LT!

Is there anyway to separate the fuel line on my LT1 to remove my fuel rail.
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Old 06-11-2019, 05:43 PM
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Try and Google this: OEM Fuel line disconnect tool .

That's what I use.
Any parts store should have them.
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What he said^.

THIS

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THAT

There are other varieties that work, but those are the cheapies and they work.

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Got mine from Harbor Freight. Assorted sized for a few bucks.
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Originally Posted by Tom400CFI View Post
What he said^.

THIS

or

THAT

There are other varieties that work, but those are the cheapies and they work.
I have THIS- the Lisle 37000 set. Works good.
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I like metal scissors type - tool box friendly. Wanted to post a link but my tablet just wouldn't cooperate. But I think you have it covered now as both types work.
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Thanks for the heads up guys I am off to the parts store today. My 2005 build was a long time ago and I can't remember what I used.
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Got mine from Harbor Freight. Assorted sized for a few bucks.
I used this as well and have been able to use it on several vehicles. One of those tools you don;t use much, but nice to have it when you need it.
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bought a cheap set from one of the auto parts stores. pretty sure it's a Lisle set - worked without issues...

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Boy that tool is awesome, off in no time, thanks guys !!
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