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    Kodachrome Wolf, thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Problem fixed with two products - Both compliments of Dorman. Two important points, there is a rubber hose over the fuel line to protect against chaffing. Be sure to leave as much of it as you can on the line. 2nd is to make sure the 5/16" Fuel line is fully seated into the Fuel Line Union. My first attempt I failed to get it fully in and the fitting leaked heavily. Once I pushed it the rest of the way in, it sealed nicely and worked perfectly. It might be a good idea to put tape around the line to measure how far in it goes. It would give you a visual reference to see how far in you have pushed the fuel line. I would do that if I were doing it again. That would ensure proper seating into the fittings. Then just remove the tape once it is installed. https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/dorman-help-nylon-fuel-line-unions-5-16-in.-800-191/10191248-P?searchTerm=800-191 And https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/dorman-help-5-16-in.-quick-connector-90-degree-w-18-in.-of-5-16-in.-nylon-tube-and-a-union-800-051/16140062-P?searchTerm=800-051
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    Dorman makes a nylon repair hose with those ends on them. Most parts stores carry it in the Help! section. The premise is you can either join the nylon hose together using the provided hose barb in the package and heating the nylon on the repair and vehicle with hot water until it sets (obviously difficult while under the car, but I'm not sure a open flame would be a good idea around fuel), or using a compression type fitting to join the lines together.
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