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Re: Fuel hose, clear plastic or black rubber [Re: SidSnot] #761862 01/07/19 10:59 pm
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i also use ordinary black rubber fuel injection hose.

but on the machines i ride the most i change the way the carbs run all the time so the fuel lines seldom get used for more than a year.

having said that, it works well, and when i change the lines i toss the used lengths back into a milk crate to use again if they're still in good shape.


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Re: Fuel hose, clear plastic or black rubber [Re: SidSnot] #764623 02/06/19 12:51 am
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I order a coil of OEM fuel line from Bike Bandit for a 1982 Suzuki GS1100GL. Has the correct inside diameter, thin wall, doesn't kink, very flexible, not affected by ethanol blends, easy to cut, nice looking, inexpensive, black, and still used at least up to 2017. Use it on my BSA, and my Norton., lawnmowers, yard tractors, etc.


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