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65' convertible fuel line (3/8")

I have been reading about the routing and challenges of running a new fuel line (while the body is attached to the frame) and have a simple question: why not just run the fuel line alongside the frame rail? Other than not being "factory", wouldn't this be easy to install and easy to service? One could even run a larger steel braided line or rubber line...

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It is also just as easy to put in a union and split the line so it runs in the proper place. If you engineer it right the union is invisible. Just...

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