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All depending on what bike it is ?you can put a length of wire inside the pipe to give it shape and stop it kinking.

Posted on Apr 12, 2015

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    Laura moore Apr 12, 2015

    its a 1982 sazuki gs 750 t . . we have a gas filter attached and having a problem getting it from kinking. will a piece of hanger work.

  • adam bikedoc Apr 12, 2015

    yes as long as there is plenty of room for the petrol to get past it ,it just gives the pipe body and stops kinking, you can shape it too so it fits under the tank neatly like this.

  • adam bikedoc Apr 12, 2015

    obviously don't feed the wire not the filter or it will break the filter gauze,but just so you know there should be a filter on the fuel tap in the tank anyway.

  • adam bikedoc Apr 12, 2015

    was supposed to say dont feed the wire into the filter.

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