ohh really? then why dont you ask pallnet what he recommends to install all of the fittings, cause last time i checked he said jb weld...plut the last time i checked, my bottle says safe for any fittings, including fuel, oil, blah blah blah...
so you want to tell the person who makes those rails that he is assembling them wrong?
pallnet doesnt assemble the rail, you do becuase every manifold is diffferent...he machines the rail, cuts the holes, and gives you all the parts and bolts, and SAYS TO USE JBWELD to put the part on the rail! also comes with the guage. its GREAT quality.
bubbleguinea I Know you are young and not very smart but you do not need to get so hostile. He was just asking what the ****. JB Weld is not the best stuff to put on fuel fittings. There are much better things on the market, trust me I work in a parts house.
So chill out so that everyone doesn't flip out on you.
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comments: i was told that i can use JB weld to secure line fittings to a
fuel injection rail on a gas car engine. sond ok?
I have test many different sealents on the fittings. Teflon is questionable sometimes and with fuel you can't have something that is questionable. There are a few epoxies that I found to work great with sealing fittings in the rails. Believe it or not JB weld works wonderful as a sealent for the fittings and it's not hard to find. This is key since alot of ppl don't have access to some of the odd epoxies I have test on my assemblies. I test everything over and over again. I have been running JB weld on my personal rail for roughly one year before I started to recomend useing it and been running it roughly a year after that. I just pulled that rail off my car to make way for an O-ring setup to run alot bigger injectors.
JB weld has a name known for "Jimmy rigging" But trust me fellas. It works perfect in this case.
Actually, JB Weld works great on threaded fittings. I've used it for years on certain applications where I knew it was going to be permanent. I used it on my custom PCV system on the Swagelock fittings where they screw into the intake runners.
you can buy the rail through some boating site. Then drill and tap all the holes yourself. I think the rail only costs about 7 bucks per foot. I used to have the link but i lost it. Its the same rail pallnet uses too.