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Studebaker1965
05-28-2018, 09:57 PM
Hey Guys,

I pulled the metal fuel line on my 65 Commander and sent it out to have a company make it in stainless steel. The problem is, I didn't take pictures and can't remember how the fuel line routes along the frame above the rear differential. I know it crosses over the frame between the frame and body, but does it pass through the one crossmember? The body is on the frame. I also think that there is a small clamp that attached the fuel line to the inside of the frame rail. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks

Nate

StudeRich
05-29-2018, 01:45 AM
There are MULTIPLE standoffs/clamps on the OUTSIDE of the Right Frame Rail that secure the Fuel Line to the Frame for most of it's length.

Since the Tank Inlet is on the Right, the line should not cross over very far.

Studebaker1965
05-29-2018, 05:34 AM
Hey Rich, you're right. It seems that just before it bends down to the tank there is a clamp holding it against the inner frame rail. I just don't remember if that is correct since it's been a few months since I took it off and sent it out to be remade.

Nate