[Land-speed] Fuel Lines...

Neil Albaugh neill at dbelltech.com
Sun Dec 11 09:14:59 MST 2011

Good advice, Dave.

Regards, Neil  Tucson, AZ

From: "Dave Dahlgren" <dahlgren536 at comcast.net>
Sent: Sunday, December 11, 2011 12:34 AM
To: <land-speed at autox.team.net>
Subject: Re: [Land-speed] Fuel Lines...

> All things rubber or polymer based have a life expectantcy either in use 
> or on the shelf. Most things discounted are at the end of it as the clock 
> is ticking from the date of manufacture and not the day you purchased the 
> item or put it into service. When companies run large discounts or dump 
> things on auction sites or rebox them as an off brand there is a message 
> ther if you are willing to read and understand it. The real shame is the 
> lack of universal regs that require they all be embosed with month and 
> year of manufacture so the buyer can be awake of the service life left. 
> More than 1 person has bought tires that re 5 to 7 years old as brand new 
> when in fact not worth putting on the wheels. Too many people spend way 
> too much time dwelling on price rather than value and when price wins it 
> has predictable results.
> As a side note when you plumb a car properly there is very little flex 
> hose used so keeping it fresh is not expensive in the end.
> Dave

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