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Fuel line between fuel filter & fuel pump - TN

Needed for a 2004 Edge 3.0, extended cab (126" wheelbase). I need the fuel line (with 3/8" connectors) that connects the fuel filter to the fuel pump. There is another fuel line that has 5/16" connectors that runs next to it, but I only need the one with 3/8" connectors.

One end has a straight connection (fuel filter end) and the other has an elbow (for the fuel pump).

I broke the fuel pump end on mine and am having no luck whatsoever with those stupid "fuel line repair kits". I tried to get one from ford but you have to buy the whole fuel line assembly, which is about $150. Can anyone help me out?

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Please read the classified rules before posting. You need your location in the thread title. I fixed it this time.
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you can get fuel line at any hardware store. I bought 2 feet of 3/8ths at 1.50 a foot. you can get connectors at the auto parts store
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you can get fuel line at any hardware store. I bought 2 feet of 3/8ths at 1.50 a foot. you can get connectors at the auto parts store
is it hard nylon/plastic like the one on the truck? or is it rubber?
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Which part did you break? If it is just the plastic clip, use a zip tie, that's what I did.
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It's the same as the truck just doesn't say ford
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It's the same as the truck just doesn't say ford
ah yeah the hard stuff. I got some from the autozone and some plastic connectors from napa. I tried everything i could to get them to go together with no luck. They say to heat it up but that didn't help at all. I just kept kinking it.

I put a rubber hose in its place for now, and that works fine. So if rubber will hold up long term, I guess I could just leave it. I just worry about it deteriorating since it is exposed underneath the truck.
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