I got home yesterday and saw a box at the gate. I knew it was my viton hose from Mass. So I got to work and worked unitl I was about to pass out from the heat in the barn. It was 104 so I would imagine the inside of the barn was bumping 110. I made some good headway. I got home tonight and finished putting the finishing touches on putting her all back together again. I left the final fuel hose to the racks and the return fuel line off. I took a bottle of 90 weight gear oil and filled it with diesel. I then used that pointed end of the bottle and stuck it in the fitting to the fuel line. I just held it upright and squeezed it until the fuel ran out of the return line. I hooked them both up and hit the starter. She fired right up, coughed a little bit and then started purring. That job is done!! I believe if I had to do it again I could do the tear down and put it back together in one day. I know what to take off and how to get it off now so it would not be near as bad.
Back on the road