Not this exact size but this style.I'm curious on what type of clamp you had leak on a fuel line.
Not this exact size but this style.
I replaced all the clamps and both lines just for peace of mind.
I used the same style clamp but the replacements are a little beefier and seem to fit better.
The clamps are designed for use with fuel injection but I understand where you're coming from, no insult taken.I'm by no means a fuel system guru.
I have built one though.
And i can't think of any situation i would use what appears to be basic pipe clamps.
I don't really even trust them on my sprinkler system in my yard.
While i'm not a fan of wasting money on unnecessary fuel modding, i can't see myself using any type of clamp like that on a fuel line, so i would buy fuel rails and at least build the front half of the system. You can get adapters to connect it to the fuel lines at the spring loaded connections.
No insult intended and those might be safe and functional, but they are not for me.
I have used a fire extinguisher many times, luckily not on any fires I caused and I recommend paying attention to the rating and size of the extinguisher to make sure it is large enough and the right chemical for the type of fire you encounter, also consider the mess the chemical leaves behind, this dilemma prompts the question, what type of extinguishing agent would be recomended for say, a engine compartment fire? I suspect that would be the most common automotive fire.