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Old 08-20-2011, 11:39 AM   #1
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Default Copper gas line?

I noticed yesterday the previous owner installed 3/8" copper fuel line running from the tank all the way to the front crossmember. It's fastened high on the frame with insulated straps out of the way of road debri. Should I replace it with steel line ?
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:42 AM   #2
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Supported it should be safe. I've seen it used on some drag cars back in the day. Personally I think I'd go to steel just for my own peace of mind.
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:45 AM   #3
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Copper is fine for low pressure like fuel. I found copper used on my brake lines, and I stopped driving till I removed it.

The big problem with copper line is, it is seamed which under high pressure could rupture. I use aluminum, however it is what ever you feel comfortable with.
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:46 AM   #4
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Default Re: Copper gas line?

I used it on my return line, havent had any problems.
I know some people worry about copper work hardening, but Being in the HVAC business Ive yet to see a copper line work harden and break ( and they are under as much or more stress than ones in a car, air conditioners vibrate alot).
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:48 AM   #5
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there was copper line on an old firebird we had and we never had a problem till we removed the engine to rebuild it. the line got snagged on something and snapped pretty easy. it should be good as long as it isnt flexing alot though. but i would agree that it is best to just replace it with steel, just seems stronger
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:53 AM   #6
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Put your mind and your insurance company at ease and install a steel line.
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Old 08-20-2011, 12:04 PM   #7
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It is illegal to use up here. I have seen it used before and have also seen a guy just barely touch it with a live 14g wire and it popped a hole in it so easy, he had a fire going in no time

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Old 08-20-2011, 12:29 PM   #8
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The reason that copper is not the best choice for mobile equipment (in this case make that read automobiles) is because movement (vibration do to driving down the road) will cause it to work harded over time and it will eventually crack...
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Old 08-20-2011, 12:35 PM   #9
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The reason that copper is not the best choice for mobile equipment (in this case make that read automobiles) is because movement (vibration do to driving down the road) will cause it to work harded over time and it will eventually crack...
I've had it happen on a car I bought that had it was installed before I bought it. Use steel. The "copper" line on brakes is cunifer, not the same thing. Cunifer has a good bursting pressure and doesn't work harden, is a nickel copper alloy. Totally safe and legal. This has been covered here many times, do a search.
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Old 08-20-2011, 12:42 PM   #10
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dont do it. not legal here. to soft. buy an abc exh. if you choose to run that.
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Old 08-20-2011, 08:57 PM   #11
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A friend of mine has several airplanes from the 40's and the factory used copper fuel lines. With FAA rules, when being rebuilt, they have to be replaced with the same. A lot more vibration in an old airplane than a car.
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Old 08-20-2011, 09:05 PM   #12
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copper enables vapor lock and boils gas very easily ,toss it.
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Old 08-20-2011, 09:22 PM   #13
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Default Re: Copper gas line?

dennis carpenter sells copper plated steel line in either 5/16 or 3/8's that MAY be whats on your car i bought some 5/16's it but im using it for the lines on my flatheads oilfilter canister it has a tendency to flatten if your bend it

i saw a r*tr*d tonight that had plumber grade 3/8 copper lines running from his pump to both of the holleys on his tunnel ramed bigblock looked kinda decent except for the solder joint on the T fitting from the front to the rear carb
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:08 PM   #14
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Default Re: Copper gas line?

I seem to remember that (in a previous life) we had a lot of warranty claims on bosch Diesel injection pumps. The claims were traced to a black gum which formed in the fuel system on trucks and tractors plumbed with copper components, i.e. lines.

I did a quick search and confirmed references to a black gum which forms when hydrocarbons react with copper lines, especially with ethanol. Also, it seems that fuel system manufacturers say to stay away from copper, and there is a rather strict limit as to the amount of copper allowed in gasoline to control the catalytic formation of "gum"

On the other hand, stills use copper lines, don't they?
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:11 PM   #15
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My understanding has always been that copper does not support a double flare very well because it is too soft. That would not be very good in fuel applications.
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:14 PM   #16
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There are a ton of new car manufacturers using a copper ferrous alloy that is safe and very usable/flexible. It will not corrode and is super easy to work with. A little pricy,but I used it for my brake lines and fuel line cause it had that copper look. If yours is straight Home Depot copper line I would change it. if it is the new stuff then it is the best you can buy.

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Old 08-20-2011, 10:28 PM   #17
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Put your mind and your insurance company at ease and install a steel line.
I'm with you. Nothings worse than driving your car and constantly worrying about something like a fuel line.
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:34 PM   #18
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really have no personal input, never used copper, always used steel, could see no advantages.
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:08 PM   #19
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Saw a beauftiful 63 427 Galaxie on a roll back today. Entire front end was burnt like it had a engine fire.
I doubt it had copper line, but it got me thinking about a REAL serious evaluation of all my under hood plumbing!!!!!
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:27 PM   #20
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Copper brake lines are perfectly legal in the UK. Lots of people use them, and I've never heard of anybody bursting one, or having one break because it 'work hardened' from vibration.

Or if they do claim that, they eventually admit it was only supported every 18" or some other such stupidity.

It is not just plain soft copper, it is heat treated seamless tube, And no, it is not cunifer, that is something else.

Cunifer is far better, costs about 25% more, and I don't understand why people don't use it instead of copper.

Steel just plain rusts.

Stainless costs a fair bit more, harder to work, but should last a lifetime.
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Old 08-21-2011, 09:47 AM   #21
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dude go with steel.
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Old 08-21-2011, 10:11 AM   #22
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The reason that copper is not the best choice for mobile equipment (in this case make that read automobiles) is because movement (vibration do to driving down the road) will cause it to work harded over time and it will eventually crack...
I couldn't word any better. This was told to me by a head fleet superviser years back.
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Old 08-21-2011, 10:33 AM   #23
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In alphabetical order: aluminum, brass, copper, and steel have ALL been used at one time or another as material for fuel lines by various US manufacturers on production automobiles.

Both aluminum and copper were used by G.M. as late (possibly later, don't know) as 1966 IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT. (Aluminum - Pontiac, copper - both Oldsmobile and Pontiac).

The above not withstanding, I would personally be uncomfortable with anything except steel UNDER the car (of course, we still have gravel roads in rural central Missouri). I would not be afraid of cracking (assuming the line is well suspended) rather rock damage from rocks hitting the line.

Hand-held tubing benders are relatively inexpensive, and steel tubing is available at your FLAPS.

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I bought a 25ft roll of 3/8 aluminum fuel line from summit for $18.95 bends easy and a small price to pay for peace of mind.
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Use steel or aluminum. Copper WILL affect the octane of your gasoline, and not in a good way.
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Old 08-21-2011, 01:50 PM   #26
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Copper/kunifer is fine.....if it is fixed to the frame as it should be (steel or copper ) it is not subject to vibration..it is terminated at a bracket and the flexi hoses take the movements.Ciopper is drawn and not seamed as previuosly stated.

Steel/Bundy ,tube is seamed and zinc coated..it is very susceptable to rusting through when the zinc coating wears off due to salt on the roads.One of the main failures at M.O.T test time is corroded brake lines.

I work with copper lines every day in the Refrigeration industry...they are subject to vibration virtually 24/7, year in year out...the main problem these days is from thieving Pikeys who keep swiping it to weigh in as scrap...

If it`s a choice at installation time, I`d opt for the Kunifer over a rolled and solded steel tube that is going to rust and be subject to high hydraulic pressures, every time.

Believe me..if copper was deemed a safety issue...over here in the Nanny State that this once great country once was..it would be outlawed over night.

I can`t say one way or another about that Ethanol fuel that you guys use, but seeing as it is Alcahol based, I can`t see where it is a problem, as old moon shine stills had to use copper.
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I work with copper lines every day in the Refrigeration industry...they are subject to vibration virtually 24/7, year in year out...the main problem these days is from thieving Pikeys who keep swiping it to weigh in as scrap...

If it`s a choice at installation time, I`d opt for the Kunifer over a rolled and solded steel tube that is going to rust and be subject to high hydraulic pressures, every time.

Believe me..if copper was deemed a safety issue...over here in the Nanny State that this once great country once was..it would be outlawed over night.
Wise words. There are too many experts spouting/repeating the usual 'copper will work harden and break' when none have ever had a properly mounted copper line break on them.
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What is a properly " mounted copper line break?" Thanks for the info.
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I used to work on air brake trucks from time to time.A lot of them had what appeared to be copper air lines.Truck air brakes operate in the 120 PSI range and dump trucks do vibrate just a bit
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The reason that copper is not the best choice for mobile equipment (in this case make that read automobiles) is because movement (vibration do to driving down the road) will cause it to work harded over time and it will eventually crack...
Steel can work harden and fracture too, but copper is much more likely to do it than steel.



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Cunifer is far better, costs about 25% more, and I don't understand why people don't use it instead of copper.
I have wondered myself why more people and manufacturers don't use it. The SAE suggested switching to Cunifer some time ago. It seems most people don't know about it, and there is the higher cost. The way things are today you would think lawyers would be all over rusty brake line incidents.
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not legal in new hampshire either.
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Old 08-30-2011, 09:49 AM   #32
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Hey Morrisman....I served at Clark Air Base from 88 to 90.

what a cool place it was
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What is a properly " mounted copper line break?" Thanks for the info.

Properly mounted copper brake line/pipe/tube will not break/crack/fail.

Any better?

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Hey Morrisman....I served at Clark Air Base from 88 to 90.

what a cool place it was
It is basically all still there, lots more buildings, but the basic base perimeter, roads, old military accommodation and such are still much the same. It is now called something like Clark Economic free zone, or some such name, a massive duty free area for business and stuff.
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All metals will work-harden. That's what happens when you take a steel paper-clip and bend it back & forth until it breaks, or you have that last piece of sheet-metal that you thought you completely cut, but still hanging on by a thin piece and you bend it back and forth to break it off.

Copper, properly supported, is just as good as anything else. HVAC units, heavy-equipment air brakes, aircraft, and other high-vibration environments bear this out. Aluminum is nearly as soft as copper, yet folks haven't been propagandized as to its terrible tendency to corrode and be problematic...

I do prefer cupro-nickel/kunifer for no other reason than I can get away with less support...

This is topic is like religion and politics...or worse, discussing which oil to use because all the zddp is gone!
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all metals will work-harden. That's what happens when you take a steel paper-clip and bend it back & forth until it breaks, or you have that last piece of sheet-metal that you thought you completely cut, but still hanging on by a thin piece and you bend it back and forth to break it off.

Copper, properly supported, is just as good as anything else. Hvac units, heavy-equipment air brakes, aircraft, and other high-vibration environments bear this out. Aluminum is nearly as soft as copper, yet folks haven't been propagandized as to its terrible tendency to corrode and be problematic...

I do prefer cupro-nickel/kunifer for no other reason than i can get away with less support...

This is topic is like religion and politics...or worse, discussing which oil to use because all the zddp is gone!
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copper enables vapor lock and boils gas very easily ,toss it.
I'm not too sure that there would be a significant reduction of the propensity for vapor lock by using steel line vs copper. Sure, the thermal conductivity rating of copper is higher, but when either type of line is run through a hot underhood environment, the amount of heat soaking through the line to the fuel is not going to be appreciably less in the steel line.
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All metals will work-harden. That's what happens when you take a steel paper-clip and bend it back & forth until it breaks, or you have that last piece of sheet-metal that you thought you completely cut, but still hanging on by a thin piece and you bend it back and forth to break it off.

Copper, properly supported, is just as good as anything else. HVAC units, heavy-equipment air brakes, aircraft, and other high-vibration environments bear this out. Aluminum is nearly as soft as copper, yet folks haven't been propagandized as to its terrible tendency to corrode and be problematic...

I do prefer cupro-nickel/kunifer for no other reason than I can get away with less support...

This is topic is like religion and politics...or worse, discussing which oil to use because all the zddp is gone!
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Many of the oil and fuel lines are copper,and I have had no problem. On my Stude I found about 1/2 the lines were copper and felt the need to replace those. For whats it worth.
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On my Stude I was refering to brake lines, sorry.
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I'm not too sure that there would be a significant reduction of the propensity for vapor lock by using steel line vs copper. Sure, the thermal conductivity rating of copper is higher, but when either type of line is run through a hot underhood environment, the amount of heat soaking through the line to the fuel is not going to be appreciably less in the steel line.
been there done it .just stating from a real world perspective .i offer no scientific claim to my statement like so many other rocket scientists on this board.copper line WILL BOIL GAS FASTER THAN STEEL .try some under the hood of your 40 ford with a healthy small block chevy,in 90 + degree heat.ill bring the aluminum line to get you home.
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Old 08-31-2011, 12:29 AM   #41
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What is arc tubing? Is it a copper tubing replacement? One of our Alliance Venders suggested using it?
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Stick with steel.
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