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    Replace fuel lines off my pair 1998 polaris

    Any tips and advice before I doing that. I have sltx and slth so ya will know what I am about to working on it.


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    Pretty easy to do. Just replace one piece at a time so nothing gets mixed up.

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    What kind and size fuel lines should I be use? Can it be bought from autozone or?

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    1/4 inch. Yes you can use the stuff from Auto Zone. Get the non fuel injection hose. Its a lot cheaper.

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    What do I buy ten foot or? It will be for both so.

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    Probably need 10 feet for each. Maybe a little less.

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