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How to remove gas lines from pet ****

How do I remove the fuel lines from the pet ****?

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If the lines have Harley clamps on them, you will need to carefully cut them off with a set of side cutters. Twist the line back and forth while pulling on it. You will need a special tool to clamp the lines if you replace the old clamps with new ones from Harley.

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