Does anyone have a photo that they could post of the factory fuel line installation from the fuel strainer/valve to the carburetor on an "improved car" model T? My 1927 does not have the vaporizer carburetor, and the fuel line installation doesn't look good. I would love to see how Ford did it. Thanks in advance.
Here is older post. Ford Service manual on Improved car section shows pictures too. The fuel line curves in a rounded bend to the carb.
Thanks Dan. You are a big help again. I do know how to make a fuel line that won't break, I simply would like the finished line to look as original as possible. BTW - the Dash screws worked great!
Here is my 1927 Touring. I spent a fair amount of time using a tubing bender to give it the curve that was shown if fords original pictures from the maintenance manual.
Also in the picture you can see my over the top throttle linkage. My car is not punched out between cylinders 2 and 3. I didn't want to ruin the history of the block, so this is how I am running my NH.
Here is the steel fuel line on my '26 coupe from the cast iron sediment bulb to the NH Carb. Steel tubing does not crack over time due to vibration stress like copper tubing does so avoid copper tubing. Jim Patrick