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Old 12-08-2017, 04:00 PM   #1
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Looks like I need #5 and #6 injector lines form my Cummins 5.9 6B. Any one have a good source. Has anybody used flexible injector hoes before.

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Old 12-08-2017, 06:34 PM   #2
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I always got mine from a local parts store like Napa and if there was an issue or defect, I can return it hassle free.
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Hi David,

Are you registered on the Cummins Quik serv site?
All you need is the serial number of your engine to sign up and bam, manuals, part numbers, exploded diagrams and it is all free.
Then , armed with the part number you need you can start seaerching. Napa, ebay, etc.
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No, you absolutely cannot use flexible fuel hose for injector lines. There is up to 2000 psi fuel pressure in them. get the right ones for your engine from a wrecking yard or dealer.
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No, you absolutely cannot use flexible fuel hose for injector lines. There is up to 2000 psi fuel pressure in them. get the right ones for your engine from a wrecking yard or dealer.
True, but it's available ar Autozone and O'Reilys.

It's marked for use with injector systems and the counter staff should ask you if you want high-pressure or regular hose.

That said ... if the manufacturer used steel lines, that's what they should be replaced with.
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Old 12-09-2017, 09:56 AM   #7
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Cummins will have the lines. Flexible hoses will flex and affect injection timing

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