Re: Fuel lines - Aluminum vs. Coated steel?
I woulda chosen stainless steel, but the coated steel would be my second choice. In addition to what Devon said, Aluminum and steel don't get along well together. He did mention rubber coated clamps, but at no point can the Aluminum touch the steel. I have the electroylisis issue with my pickup truck. GM cheaped on the wheel-opening mouldings and made them out of Aluminum instead of stainless. The aluminum is slowly dissolving and taking the LF fender with it. I am going to replace the fender, and at a later date see if I can find someone who can airbrush a moulding onto the fender.
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264 powered '56 Chevy
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