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[January 9, 2009]


I received my order from Bonaco today for my fuel pressure (bottom hose), oil pressure (middle) and manifold pressure (top) hoses. Bonaco really does a great job at a great price. I cannot praise Brett highly enough with how helpful he is and the quality of his lines. He's an RV guy also, so I highly suggest all you other RV'ers buy from him. He's cheaper than Van's and way better quality. What more can you ask for?


Here is the fuel pressure line. I got it firesleaved because I thought it could rub against the firewall. Well, with it installed, I don't think that will be a problem. Oh well, it wasn't all that much extra to firesleeve it. My order from Bonaco for this run was a 13" seat to seat 1/4" AN4 hose assembly with firesleeve and bands.


This lone line is the manifold pressure run. It connects to the back of the #3 cylinder. My order from Bonaco for this run was a 37 1/4" seat to seat 1/4" AN4 hose assembly if you want to copy my setup.


And finally the oil pressure line. My order from Bonaco for this run was a 24 1/4" seat to seat 1/4" AN4 hose assembly. I still need to order the right adel clamps to attach these hoses to the firewall and engine mount. I think I need DG5 adel clamps as the DG4 is too small and DG6 is too big. Just another ACS order! I also ordered a hose to go from the firewall to the fuel pump, but it ended up being wrong. Of course the most expensive hose is screwed up. It was my fault in the end for not accounting for some bending issues. I already called Brett up and have another hose on its way.


While I was torquing down some of the fittings I decided to get the brake system torqued up. I put some torque seal on all of the fittings so I can keep track of whats torqued and whats not. There is so much temporary stuff attached to this project now I can't rely on memory any more to keep track. The torque seal will act as a great reminder

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