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Gas line leaks to rear of gas tank

One of the flexible gas lines to the rear of the gas tank leaks at the connection to a hard line to the engine. Leaks profusely if you move it around while the engine is running.
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You Will Need to Replace The Flex Hose & Or the "O" Ring inside it.

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