Originally Posted by Crankyolman
Venting isn't a problem for me since I currently have 2 vents so one can be a return and I still have another, I was just wondering what the people who convert their vent to other uses do for venting.
Last night I was making a list of materials I will need for this conversion and when I got to fuel line it got me to thinking. Should I use hard line or braided line? Does it matter? Bending hard lines isn't a problem with me but I really have nothing against braided either so I'm wondering what other people did and why before I order what I need.
I'd go hardline where it's supposed to go. Like around heat and possible friction areas so you don't melt or rupture a rubber one. Regular gas line where it needs and braided where you just want to look nice.
I stay away from braided as much as I can because it can constrict hoses like a Chinese handcuff toy.
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