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  • Fuel Spill return pipe run

    Amongst all the photos I took during the strip down of my Turbo, the one area I totally missed was the underside and in particular the fuel pipe runs. I've sorted the feed side from tank to pump and on to the the underbonnet area. The one I'm struggling with is the spill return, especially as there doesn't appear to be a way of getting the fuel pipe through the "H" beam body mounting like on the feed pipe, on the LHS of the car. Can someone advise on the factory route for the pipe with clipping/attachment points, before I bottle it and go for the safest route I can. TIA!
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    Goes straight from under the body and wraps round the fuel tank to the return pipe sticking out of the tank Pete. The tank has openings welded around it for this pipe and the pipe that draws petrol out
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