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    Where to get 1/4" marine fuel line

    I stopped at a few local boating places and none carried 1/4" fuel line. I did a search on google, and only found two places and they have A1 and 2, and B1 and 2. Which of these can I use? And does anyone have a place with just plain old inexpensive 1/4" marine lines? I think I might try Napa after work. Thanks!!

    -Brian


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    I just use NAPA 1/4 inch fuel line.

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    But where do i get the nifty clear or colored line?

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    most of the marine stuff I found had way to big of an outer diameter to even use I just went to tygon for visability but the auto 1/4 is fine
    Last edited by ZMANN; 07-16-2008 at 10:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZOMGVTEK View Post
    But where do i get the nifty clear or colored line?
    Watch out for some of the clear stuff it can harden

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    Like already mentioned, stay away from the clear/colored stuff. I went with that crap a couple seasons ago and it does eventually get stiff. Go to an auto parts store and buy 1/4ID fuel line and be done with it.

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    Sweet, Napa fuel line it is Thanks all!!

    -Brian

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    You can certainly use the colored stuff as I do, you just need to make sure it's quality stuff (not the cheapest stuff you can purchase) and use the correct clamps.
    If you're re-using the worm style clamp, you're asking for an air leak and/or cut hoses.
    The good stuff can be had from Brian at Ultimate Watercraft in Livermore, Ca. and get the nice stainless odiker clamps from Mcmaster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    You can certainly use the colored stuff as I do, you just need to make sure it's quality stuff (not the cheapest stuff you can purchase) and use the correct clamps.
    If you're re-using the worm style clamp, you're asking for an air leak and/or cut hoses.
    The good stuff can be had from Brian at Ultimate Watercraft in Livermore, Ca. and get the nice stainless odiker clamps from Mcmaster.
    Cool, I appreciate it!

    Edit - what is odiker? I am seeing Worm-Drive, T-Bolt and Bolt, Pinch or "Ear", Spring and Low Profile Banding and Buckles on mcmaster carr's page

    -Brian
    Last edited by brector; 07-16-2008 at 12:15 PM.

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    odiker is the maker of the pinch ear clamps. Get e the stepless ones.

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