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I assume you mean on the fuel assembly? Any fuel hose would work if you're talking about the rubber one. They go bad now and then and we just take a regular fuel hose, cut to length, and replace it. Works for years. As for the metal pipe, same thing. Although, you might want to cut it out and replace with rubber hose. Finding a pipe is a pain so we use hose and hose clamps.

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