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    Replacement oil lines

    What are people using for oil lines when they replace the originals? I need to do this on both of my skis and I am wondering what to get.


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    1/8 inch fuel line will do. Technically the size is 3mm Inside Diameter (7mm OD), but 1/8 inch inside is close enough.

    The hose needs to be oil and fuel resistant (obviously) and not degrade or harden with time. It also needs to be stiff enough to not collapse or kink.

    You can still purchase replacement oil hoses from Polaris. I think the Polaris parts listings show different part numbers for different hose lengths and models. All you need to do is order hoses that are long enough. As far as I know, all Poalris oil lines are the same diameter.

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