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    fuel line

    i know this has been asked a million times but where do you guys get your fuel line from and what type do you recommend . thanks


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    5187K63 Fuel and Lubricant Yellow PVC Tubing 1/4" ID, 3/8" OD, 1/16" Wall Thickness
    $0.47 Ft.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    They also have the Tygon hose, but it's like $1.10 a ft. BD said he's used the hose he posted with no problems, good enough for me. I bought 50' (2 skis) for $23.

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    I bought from this eBayer last year, but I bought clear line. I haven't had any problems with it. Can't beat 20' for ~$10.

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    SC, Where you been buddy???

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    Brian at Ultimate in Sacramento Ca. It's always the right stuff!!!

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    Yea, I've been out of the loop for a while, but I've been around lurking thru the board every now and then.

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    Whenever I see that fuel diagram I say to myself "where is Kevin?".
    Good to see you around!!
    What's wrong with your ride??

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    At the end of last season I busted my PTO piston for the 2nd time. It cracked the skirts off of it. I ended up ruling the cause as the piston wasn't within tolerance of the cylinder wall. Which, obviously, caused the piston to bang around in there and that's all she wrote.

    So what I need to do is pull the engine, split the case so I can clean out all the pieces of aluminum from the piston. I already bought a replacement cylinder & head and thanks to Beerdart I'll get a piston/rings. Then I can button everything back together.

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    Be sure to double check the condition of the crank.

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