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Old 02-14-2019, 01:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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IP line clamps

Hi guys I decided to make a new post because I don't think anybody was seeing my old one. Anyhow I am converting my 94 to a db2. I'm having a problem with the injector lines that I bought I got them to fit but the clamps do not line up close enough for me be at to be able to put them on. Is there a remedy for this?

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Old 02-14-2019, 09:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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the newer engine just use a plastic piece that holds/seperates the lines. No clamps that I can recall

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Old 02-15-2019, 08:46 AM   #3 (permalink)
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the newer engine just use a plastic piece that holds/seperates the lines. No clamps that I can recall
I've opened 92 6.2's, 94 6.5's, 96, 97, and 98 6.5's...

All have clamps bolting to the intake bolts or the valve cover bolts.
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Old 02-15-2019, 08:49 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Vstech, mine will have the clamps on the intake. are you saying that some vehicles have either or? or will I need both?
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my 99 only has longer plastic pieces about 1 1/2" long
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Ak diesel, and did you swap to a db2, or would it have mattered? My new lines are for the db2 pump, the old 6.5 ds4 lines did fit both the valve cover clamps and the intake clamps.
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my 99 only has longer plastic pieces about 1 1/2" long
I will have to check my 2000 and see what it has...
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These are 6.5 mech. IP lines. They are just like the DS4 lines except for the IP fitting.
They also have the nylon insulators the newer 6.5 have. These were used on probably 96+ mech 6.5's and military 6.5's.
Your lines probably came from an older 6.2 but I have no 6.2 stuff left to check.
You could rig up a mount or get some 6.5 mech lines.


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vstech you were right my 99 does have the steel clamps near the injectors. It was the intake clamp that were replaced by the plastic isolator. My BAD
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Wrong lines. The lines are for the old style heads[near horizontal injectors] with long body injectors. You need lines like 92-93 6.5 turbo with mechanical IP. I have some military 6.2s that have the new style heads with short body injectors and DB2.

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