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    New Fuel Lines

    I may replace all the fuel lines on the two new ski's I just bought. It looks like they still have the original black rubber hoses on them but they appear to be in very good condition. If I was to change them as recommended will these from Atlantic Power Sports work? How much length will I need for two? What size hoses?




    http://www.atlanticpowersports.com/e..._FUEL_LINE.htm


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    1/4" diameter.

    I bought 20' off a eBay vendor for something like $10. 20' will be plenty.

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    i just got 20' of that hose from atlantic powersports in the mail. $30 for 20ft, but i got sick of trying to find clear stuff locally so I just got it from them. You get a 10% discount and maybe free shipping? I dont know, I didnt hear about it till after I ordered

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    It's 1/4" ID and you'll need almost 20' each ski. McMaster Carr has a transparent fuel hose (yellow) that is about .37 per ft. I paid a little over $20 and got a 50' roll.

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    You guys need to make sure you're comparing apples to apples, there's.......
    POLYURETHANE
    TYGON
    and a host of others.

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    got a part number?

    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    It's 1/4" ID and you'll need almost 20' each ski. McMaster Carr has a transparent fuel hose (yellow) that is about .37 per ft. I paid a little over $20 and got a 50' roll.
    Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    You guys need to make sure you're comparing apples to apples, there's.......
    POLYURETHANE
    TYGON
    and a host of others.
    Poly and Tygon? Which is better? Is the hose I picked ok? There is a guy selling it on ebay but it's $20 shipped for 20' of line. I think I'd rather get the 25' from Atlantic with the 10% off if the shipping's not too bad. Do I have to put something in the comments section to get the 10% off?

    Thanks

    Do you have the part # at McMaster Carr?
    Last edited by rickreeves1; 06-07-2007 at 09:14 AM.

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    I just did my slt and 20' wasnt enough. I have the triple pump and just cut the lines to the same lenght that was already on there. I replaced everything except from the fuel filters to the tank, only like 2 more feet I suppose. Guess I should have done those instead of the pulse line...

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    You do not want the flexible tygon tubing on the pulse line it is not rated for vacuum. You want a braided fuel line for the pulse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickreeves1 View Post
    Poly and Tygon? Which is better? Is the hose I picked ok? There is a guy selling it on ebay but it's $20 shipped for 20' of line. I think I'd rather get the 25' from Atlantic with the 10% off if the shipping's not too bad. Do I have to put something in the comments section to get the 10% off?

    Thanks

    Do you have the part # at McMaster Carr?
    .47 per foot.
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