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    Fuel and water line

    Does anybody know where I can purchase pink fuel and water lines? I am trying to dress up my wifes super jet and cant find any.


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    You can get them at fast flow but I have heard they fade over time.

    http://www.fastflowfuellines.com/

    ---------- Post added at 08:14 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:08 PM ----------

    Better link:

    http://fuel-line.net/main.sc

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    i have personally had issues with the fast flow lines, and will no longer run them....

    i DO stock good quality hose, but only have blue in fuel line. for cooling, i have clear, orange, blue, and yellow. you can see pics at my web site, in the universal section.

    you can email direct, or call the shop if i can help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john zigler View Post
    i have personally had issues with the fast flow lines, and will no longer run them....

    i DO stock good quality hose, but only have blue in fuel line. for cooling, i have clear, orange, blue, and yellow. you can see pics at my web site, in the universal section.

    you can email direct, or call the shop if i can help.
    What issues have you had? Maybe I should replace mine before problems occur. Sorry racerx I didn't mean to steer you wrong.

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    I personally know Dave and have been using his fuel lines for awhile. I had one and only one issue with his lines and that was his purple lines. If faded to a green but didnt really care because I am not a show boater. those guys stay on the shore because their skis look better than they run. I have used almost every color he has with no other problems. I ran alcohol, to 116 race gas, to E-85 with no problems. If I am running efi or 4 stroke I will get my lines from McMaster-Carr. But On a 2stroke I will always go with dave. Treats me right and cant find it any cheaper. Oh btw Dave thank you so much for the golf shirts!
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    i also personally know dave. ( have done service on his skis).

    i have had troubles with the lines getting hard, in VERY short time. ( then leaking, brittle etc) i could also care less about discoloration. i just will not risk having faulty lines on any customer boats, that i do not see again, until there is a propblem.

    zig

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    Quote Originally Posted by john zigler View Post
    i also personally know dave. ( have done service on his skis).

    i have had troubles with the lines getting hard, in VERY short time. ( then leaking, brittle etc) i could also care less about discoloration. i just will not risk having faulty lines on any customer boats, that i do not see again, until there is a propblem.

    zig

    When you say short time how short is that? My 4 sleds and 2 skis along with about 12 GH forum members skis that I have worked on all had them on for about 2 years with no problems except the purple fading on one sled. I just think its a business and you cant please everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krispaintballz View Post
    ... had them on for about 2 years with no problems ...
    Apparently there were changes in the product being supplied (source and quality/longevity) and the more recent stuff is different than what was available in the past.

    I do not know which manufacturer(s) were used before nor do I know which companies are now supplying the bulk product.

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    The helix lines claim that they don't get hard.

    http://www.helixracingproducts.com/b...catalogId=-502

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    What companies sell good line? I dont want that bulky automotive line.

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