#1
So I was planning on going hunting later this week with my friend, but he told me that he has to replace his fuel lines in his truck, is this a big job?
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#2
depends on the car.
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#3
Its a diesel V6 with turbo, that give you a better idea?
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#4
well, it all depends how old or new it is. On older cars everything is easier to get to, makes the job a lot easier. On newer cars, everything is tucked away. So its harder, and takes more time.
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#6
Yeah I know that, but can you finish it in a couple days?
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#7
Rubber or steel fuel lines?
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Rubber or steel fuel lines?

Exactly. Steel lines would be more troublesome I figure, rubber ones are simpler since they bend easier.

I'm no expert though, but as long as you didn't run into any unforeseen trouble you could easily do it in a few days if you worked at it a few hours at a time. They aren't that complicated, just make sure you know the exact path that they are supposed to follow.

Also, invest in steel ones if you can. Mine were plastic for christ sake...
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