Fuel rails question

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Anybody who has done an intake with fuel rails what did you do for hold downs for the rails? We're trying to come up with an elegant way to do this but so far most of my ideas are falling into my normal amounts of overkill.
 

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Howdy!

Nice to hear from you - always.

I always resist reinventing the wheel and opt instead to check out what others have done. Google images has always been my friend. Check out the link below.


Also, speaking of fuel rails I'll PM you in hopes of picking up where I left off in December, 2020.

Best,

bro. d
 
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Why not show what you're dealing with. And everybody can give you a suggestion. Then you can go from there. Also alot of stuff on LS sites. WITCH {not misspelled} I personally don't look at!
 

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I don't have a recent pic with the fuel rails on but you can get the idea from this. We did finish up porting the intake this past Sunday and it's ready for me to powder coat it (we do that now) as soon as I solve the hold down issue.

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You have the rails in place. Are they aluminum? You could weld straps to them and mount them to studded intake bolts.
 
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