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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    Fuel Lines pro 1200

    i have been reading about fuel lines... is this pretty important to change if i have Grey fuel lines? and if so do i just follow the lines from the tank or are there others that i need to know about?


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    All the fuel AND oil lines are visible.
    None are hidden inside the fuel tank on your model.

    Old oil and fuel lines can be a liability, yet are inexpensive to change. Then you will KNOW they are in good condition.

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    So basically any grey lines i see should be replaced? any suggestions on what to replace them with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdizz81 View Post
    So basically any grey lines i see should be replaced?

    any suggestions on what to replace them with?
    Just replace all the fuel lines, and oil lines.

    Fuel lines are 1/4 inch, oil lines are 1/8 inch

    Standard automotive fuel line will do.

    Some guys like the clear lines, such as those sold by www.fastflowfuellines.com

    Replace the oil and fuel filters while you are at it. Polaris OEM filters are recommended.

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    lines

    don't know i'd worry about the oil lines,look for kinks or cracks.all the grey lines from the tank to carb to water seperator etc NEEDS to be changed.the pulse lines from the crankcase to fuel pumps are o'kay to leave.the black plastic tee and blackish lines ON the carbs are o'kay as well.just the grey stuff is an issue.

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    And these are as simple as taking off the clamp cutting new lines to fit and reclamping correct?

    i mean there is no special PWC sealant i need to apply or anything lol?...

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    yep just take one off at a time. Unclamp line pull off line measure new peice cut it put it on and clamp it. Just do one at a time so you dont mix them up. It is easy.

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    i noticed these say ID i assume these will work just fine? and which ones would you guys suggest?


    http://fuel-line.net/1-4ID-FUEL-LINE_c3.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdizz81 View Post
    i noticed these say ID i assume these will work just fine?

    http://fuel-line.net/1-4ID-FUEL-LINE_c3.htm
    ID = Inside Diameter, which is the diameter of the barbs/nipples/fittings that the tubing is designed to fit onto

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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    Cool thanks for the help guys... i went ahead and bought 20' of these

    http://fuel-line.net/RED-1-4ID-HIGH-...-499-14RED.htm

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