fuel lines

by Rich
(Wilton, CT)

I recently had the fuel feed & return lines changed to stainless steel on my 1996 C4. I noticed that one of the lines (I don't know if it's the feed or return) is in contact with the passenger side rear axle tie rod. It's jammed tight with no rubber buffer. I don't know what the original lines looked like when they passed through this location. I know the lines have to have a minimum 1/2" clearance around them (3/4" with moving parts). So it would seem I've got an unacceptable situation here. Any thoughts or comments would be appreciated.

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