1970 z28 correct fuel lines

Discussion in 'Original Drivetrain Topic' started by maguyvr, Apr 12, 2016.

  1. l16pilot

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    I thought he was talking about the 5/16 fuel line rather than the inlet. So yes it’s black.

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    FWIW the link in post 2 still seems to be good after 4 years and look like the correct fittings.
     
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    Reviving this thread a bit. Is the "Y" block a natural brass or has it been zinc plated with a black chromate conversion?
     
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    Dave - From what I understand, either bare brass or blackened finish would be acceptable as correct.
     
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    My Y block has a black finish on it. Here's mine compared to a new one.
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    Is it possible the brass on the y-block is oxidized with age and that is why it looks black? Just a thought.
     
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    Could be Tommy. My CG Z28 had a blacken Y block too. I replaced it with the brass version due to it having a hole tapped in it and plugged for some reason. I'm guessing fuel pressure gauge.
     
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