Stainless Steel Overbraided Fuel Hose Kit, Goodridge AC127002 >

Stainless Steel Overbraided Fuel Hose Kit, Goodridge

Stainless Steel Overbraided Fuel Hose Kit, Goodridge >

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Part Code: AC127002


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Fuel hose kit, This fuel hose kit is designed to replace your fuel line between the tank, pump and carb. This kit is designed for a twin carb vehicle and is an upgrade to the cotton overbraid kit, It consists of stainless overbraid hose.

The kit consist of:
3 Metres of 5.5mm top quality Goodridge fuel hose, stainless overbraid
1 x 113-127-521/A the metal fuel pipe through the bulk head in the engine bay,
1 x 171-971-913 grommet for this metal pipe,
1 x AC in line fuel filter (recommended to be fitted under the vehicle and not in the engine bay),
1 x AC129434402 brass t piece
15 x N02-452-81 top quality stainless fuel hose steel clamps (not jubilee clips).
1 x AC133000

The Goodridge fuel hose in this kit is synthetic nitrile rubber hose internally re-enforced with stainless steel and covered with fibre over braiding.
Nitrile hose it is fully compatible with modern E10 fuel (Petrol with 10% Bio-Ethanol) and rated to deal with far greater percentages .
This is the perfect kit for anyone worrying about modern fuels and fuel hose issues and will give you piece of mind and longevity of service.

To suit the following if fitted with twin carburettors:

T1 Beetle
T2 Splitscreen
T2 Baywindow
Type 3
Karmann Ghia


Top Quality


This kit can also be used for single carb' models without the use of the T peice.


0.2583 kg

For Vehicles

Beetle 1947-1979 | Beetle Cabrio 1949-1979 | Buggy / Trekker 1947-1979 | Karmann Ghia 1955-1974 | T2 Bay 1968-1979 | T2 Split 1950-1967 | Type 3 1961-1975

Product Questions

Does this fuel line go through the chassis as the original?
Question by: Steven King on 21 Sep 2019 22:39:00
This could be run through the chassis, but its a very difficult task to gain access. People tend to run the replacement fuel line by the side of the chassis for ease of fitment.
Answer by: Nick Bitton (Admin) on 23 Sep 2019 09:13:00