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How to replace hose on saw.


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  • Rick Wymer
    Rick Wymer May 11, 2010

    are you speaking of the Fuel Lines??

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You need the correct size line, it comes new yellow colored now , claimed to be more impervious to gasahol -with a razor blade , cut the end of the new hose on a long enough angle to feed it thru the tank grommet, then you can grab it thru the tank grommet with medical locking forceps - its a snug pull thru the grommet but easy - hope this helps

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