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I need to extrend my fuel line about 2' for the one coming from the pump. could I just hack this in half and put rubber hose and hose clamps and call it good? It has those wierd fittings on it so its not like I can just flare up a new line. this is for a 2000 TJ.

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Fuel injected - 0 to 55 lbs (depending on engine size and RPM)
Nat. Aspirated - 5 - 15 lbs

Personally, I would flare for a fuel injected and not have to worry when playing out in the woods.

Carburated - rubber hose and clamp
 

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according to the FSM, you can use rubber line if the repair is under 6". anything 6" and longer, you are supposed to splice it with hard line. if you do it right, you can use compression fittings. just make sure it's properly protected so nothing can get to the fittings and cause them to loosen up.
 
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Fuel injected - 0 to 55 lbs (depending on engine size and RPM)
Nat. Aspirated - 5 - 15 lbs

Personally, I would flare for a fuel injected and not have to worry when playing out in the woods.

Carburated - rubber hose and clamp
I can really flare it. it has some wierd ass connectors. since it seems like a lower PSI I think I will just run a hose and hose clamp it and throw in extra hose and clamps in there.
 
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