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I can't remove the fuel lines from the fuel pump on top of the gas tank I drained the gas, lowered the tank bought the tool to remove the lines but i can't seem to remove the line any why it's eather the wrong tool or i'm just being stupid

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If they are the metal end ones you insert the toolin and push in on line and then pull back see if that works for ya

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