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    new carb should the fuel lines be hard or soft

    hi guy just got my new never used carbs in yesterday and one of the fuel line was cracked from shipping i guess anyway all the lines are hard as rocks is this how it should be i have a 2002 polairs geneiss with the three carbs thanks travis


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    Change all the lines. You don't know how old they are. They shouldn't be hard as rocks. Use Coast Guard Approved black fuel line.Some Powersports stores sell the colored type clear fuel lines also. Usually blue,red,and yellow.
    Matter of fact, change All the lines in your ski too.

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    Thanks for getting back to me I didn't what to put this new carbs on with out knowing for shore. Didn't what to have the same problem agend of her cut out and resisting at top speed. Thanks I will change ever think

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    Most if not all of us do. Good luck. Change1line at a time. Much easier.

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    Best to replace lines and clean it up make sure all looking good before use it.

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