Another victory last night the gas tank and exhaust are installed in the car. Man I really hate putting a gas tank in the car its a real pain in the ass. but its done and all the lines are hooked up and were another step closer to starting the car.
Since I went to the Pro-M hanger for the car I did have to switch to AN lines for the fuel system. I had originally bought 3ft PTFE lined hoses but when I first installed the tank found they were to long. I then switch to 2ft PTFE lined hoses which were a perfect fit in the car. I also had to add a 45 degree angle fitting to the fuel pump hanger feed line to keep it from hitting the frame rail.
I wanted to protect the lines from the exhaust heat and damage I covered them with a DEI heat shield and sealed them with a heat resistant tape.
On its way back into the car.
I used Russell fittings on the hard lines to connect AN lines from the tank.
I used the same tape to seal up the other ends of the hoses. It looks like its really close to the exhaust but its the angle of the photo.
I also got the vapor line connected. It came out pretty clean and I'm happy with how it all worked out. Hopefully it works as good as it looks.
Finally I got the exhaust finished up but didn't take any pictures of it.
Here's a list of what I used to get the Pro-M hanger installed into my car with hard lines.
Qty 1 3/8 hard line to AN adapter
Qty 1 1/4 hard line to AN adapter
Qty 2 2ft Russell PTFE lined -6 AN lines
Qty 1 45 degree -6 AN fitting
Qty 1 90 degree -6 AN fitting
Qty 1 Heat shield tape
Qty 1 Heat shield sleeve
I found this stuff worked for me and everything hooked up great.