Quick Fix Fuel Lines
Do you have a Chevrolet Silverado, Suv or Cobalt with leaking fuel lines? We have the D.I.Y. answer to make that repair fast, affordable & reliable.
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Fast shipping. Easy install. All parts necessary included. Very happy. Easier than bending your own lines. And will last 10x longer.
Great fit, great price, packed well. Check these guys out, they are for real.
i ordered replacement fuel lines for my 2003 trailblazer. i needed the lines from the fuel filter forward but incorrectly ordered the tank to filter set. modernday is working with me on return. i will definitely go to modernday for future needs
I'm not put these lines on you yet but they look like they will do a fine job as soon as I get them put on I will post something
Very fast shipping.
After replacing leaking fuel pump over leaking plastic lines, seen lines was leaking out of exhaust wrap sleeve also. After finding a stainless lines alternative, this is the best, just make sure to keep them away from exhaust that was close, factory design. Picture is before I hacksawed old lines out of way. Firewall area is a little tight to work with, but you can do it.
Quick shipping, ordered Friday, arrived Tuesday in southern Ontario.
Perfect length, had to use self tappers as clip studs were rotted, only took an hour to replace in the driveway on jackstands!
Installed on 2010 HHR
It fits just like the original
Jones Exhaust JUB912 Quiet Tone Muffler 2.5" Inlet, 2.5" Outlet
I installed these lines on my 2002 Silverado - I'm a marginal-at-best DIY mechanic, and this could not be easier to install. Solid built product with acceptable flexibility for easy install. Thanks for the great YouTube video!
Installed on my 2010 Cobalt and fit perfectly. As others have stated, ripping out old rusted lines is the hardest part. I completed the install in my driveway on jack stands - a bit of a PIA. My car was slightly different from the video and did not have a quick disconnect on the outlet side of the fuel filter and the original fuel line was totally rusted solid into the fuel filter. After messing with the quick disconnects on the inlet side of the filter, (had to fight those quite a bit to carefully remove without breaking the plastic lines leaving the gas tank) I pulled the fuel filter out and said 'forget this' and picked up a new one at the local parts store. It was well worth it for $15 for both peace of mind and not trying to get the corroded line out of the original filter, if that was even possible.
Only criticism of the kit is that instead of a single stainless bolt and half a dozen nuts, it should have come with self tapping sheet metal screws as my project required. If you have rusted fuel lines, it is highly unlikely that your studs will have any of the remaining lower torx removal head or useable threads - mine were completely shot.
Great product and price - highly recommend to fix this issue on your car once and for all!
1963-66 Chevrolet Bel Air Pump to Carburetor Fuel Line 6cyl. Steel - BPC6304OM
My front line popped from rust on my 99 S10, found these guys and got a replacement kit in 2 days. Quick bolt up, lines matched up perfect.
ONLY COMPLAINT.........Lines came in a large box with no padding...I suggest you put some paper or something to keep the lines from flying around.
Part fit perfect and patty and rob were great thanks
Although I have never replaced any brake lines in my life, I didn't feel that this would be all that difficult to pull off by myself. Our pickup is 28 years old and has been in Wisconsin snow covered roads that are treated with road salt. After the years, the right rear brake line eventually failed on the truck resulting in no brakes. With the truck having a manual transmission, I slowly brought the truck home and into our garage.
Looking at the project, and the rusted fittings, I was a bit nervous about removing those old lines. Using plenty of penetrant and going slowly at it, the lines were successfully taken off. Actual brake line wrenches became useless and the handy vise grip wrench came to the rescue.
Since I didn't feel like bending straight tubing into the shape required for this pickup, I searched for already bent replacements. I checked reviews for the rear brake lines, here at Modern Day Muffler, and found good comments and that these fit perfectly on the F150 pickup. Sounds good!.
My order arrived rather quickly and arrived undamaged. I put off the project while waiting for cooler temperatures for me to crawl under the truck. Temperatures got down to a comfortable level, so I made this my weekend project. After replacing the right rear line successfully, I figured why not replace the smaller left one also. Mission accomplished!.
Since our truck does not go out in winter, these new lines shouldn't rust out again. I would imagine that the other lines are in need of replacement also on this old pickup. If I feel like doing more brake line replacing, I will be seeking more from Modern Day Muffler. These fit the old truck perfectly.