Try Ron Morris Performance . Scroll down to "AN Fittings" and look at the "AN Fuel Rail Adapter". I've seen these cheaper, IIRC I bought mine for $45 at another shop. They work sweet and make plumbing the stock fuel rails easy.
I did alot of reusing fittings to make mine work, and I think I have about 40 bucks in the whole thing. Any where I could reuse or scavenge an old fitting to conect to I did. For the main line I just used 3/8 brake line and bent it along the firewall then down the drivers side frame rail. For the inbetween parts I used efi rubber line and barbed conecters with multiple hose clamps. Hope that helps
I cut the fuel rails and used compression fittings to join them to a hose barb (actually just a double flare cut from short brake line). I used EFI rubber hose all the way back to the pump. I thought this would make trail repairs easiest because all you would need would be the hose and it is available at any parts store, easy to store/carry. Cheap hillbilly way that has served me without incident on my daily driven '75 Bronco.
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