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    Fuel Line

    I just wanted to post a thread on fuel line I bought about 20' of it on ebay. The clear colored fuel line it only lasted about a year the line actually got smaller were it pulled the line bracket off the inside . Then the line itself started to harden and break down from the fuel. So if you do premix be sure to check your fuel lines if you use the clear colored lines.


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    Which eBay seller or product brand did you buy? Can you post negative feedback on the product a year later?

    ebay hosts many sellers of different grades of product sourced from different suppliers, it is not uniform.

    A seller may even change suppliers from time to time, sometimes with no change in the eBay description or mention of the supplier or product change.

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    Also important to run NON ethanol fuel.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by john zigler View Post
    Also important to run NON ethanol fuel.....

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    I have been using the red fuel line from Fast Flow fuel lines. I also run non ethanol gas. My skis have never seen a drop of ethanol to my knowledge (You never know whats actually in the gas you pump.) Fuel lines are just as good as the day I installed them.

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    Must be nice to have non ethanol available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Must be nice to have non ethanol available.

    I drive 35 miles to get it

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    Non E is not available in CT.

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    we have ethanol here and never have had a problem using it for overs 10 yrs ,not one screwed up carb ,filter or fuel line from it

    guess where just lucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Must be nice to have non ethanol available.

    I drive 35 miles to get it
    I drive half a mile. non ethanol is also good for your vehicles. Will increase fuel mileage immediately. But unfortuantly it is not available everywhere. On that note. Is there any reason you can't use fuel line for vehicles on a ski. Other then the boring Black reason?

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