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Old 12-30-2017, 02:35 PM   #1  
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AN fuel line setup

Im rebuilding my rusted fuel line from tank to 22re engine. Im thinking about going with AN line and fittings. Or maybe just a barbed setup. Anyway i need to connect at the fuel filter with a fitting that looks like this. Can anyone tell me the correct size of banjo fitting for the 22re fuel filter. Many thanks.
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Old 12-30-2017, 03:38 PM   #2  
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M12X1.25 - fuel filter
M14X1.5 - fuel dampener on early 22RE
Forget the tank bracket pay attention ordering adaptors as european automakers use same thread patterns but different flare.
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Old 12-31-2017, 05:53 AM   #3  
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👍I will watch out for the proper flare. Found out the rear already... 14mm inverted flare. Thereís a special adapter to -6AN for that one.
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👍I will watch out for the proper flare. Found out the rear already... 14mm inverted flare. Thereís a special adapter to -6AN for that one.
The female M14 inverted flare to AN6 are available on a ďMitsubishi 3000gt parts siteĒ just search as Iím on phone a real PITA. I replaced all soft lines with braided SS and AN6 fittings. I removed fuel dampener (only on older 22re) I didnít use banjo bolt so had to relocate fuel filter, I had to make a bracket but loads easier to change.
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I don't remember where I got mine. But here's a link https://www.extremepsi.com/store/pro...roductid=26301
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Got this wrapped up. Had to move the box with a friends help to get to the fuel tank. But that was not bad, it sits well on the tires and bumper. Found the special fitting on ebay then ordered AN stuff from JEGS. I reduced to a 4AN line which seems to work good.
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Looks good!!
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What is the size of the banjo fitting you used and the other fittings needed I want to make my own soft fuel filter lines
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Itís supposed to 12mm m12x1.25 at the fuel filter. Like it says above. I ordered this from vibrant, for some reason the supplied bolt didnít fit the filter but the stock bolt works fine. Get it with the 6an male input.

on the fuel tank end you need the special 14mm m14 inverted flare to 6an adapter to go from the hard line into an fittings. Then get whatever an stuff you want to connect it all.

Like I said above I reduced everything to 4an which has been working well on the standard 22re motor.

its a great setup. If I ever do it again I might tig my own hard lines into the fuel tank plate to avoid Toyotaís rust prone lines and odd fittings.

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Looks good!!
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I really appreciate your response thank you. Now I just need to figure out the opposite end of the soft fuel hose thread size where it meets the main fuel line at the firewall. I bought new factory lines so everything from the tank up is new. I want to start the an line from the firewall fitting on up.
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Oh yeah I thought about doing that but I didnít know where to buy those oem parts. Outside of the setup I did I donít know about the other thread sizes etc but good luck and share your project.
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I bought the factory lines from my local toyota dealer surprisingly they were cheap around 40 each that's why when they wanted 140ish for the small rubber lines I figured making my own is better but I will share my project and take some pictures thanks again
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The fitting size I needed is m14x1.50 it's the same as the larger banjo bolt to the fuel rail
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quick question, i filled up with gas the other day, since then 4runner is running sluggish. Could I of gotten trash somewhere causing this and need a nee filter? thanks.
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