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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can order them directly through Ryobi and pay a small fortune or you can go to any small engine repair shop and purchase the fuel line by the foot. I believe your primer bulb can easily be replaced with what your local shop will have in stock. The parts from your local shop will probably out last the factory parts anyway.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
SOURCE: gas oil mixture
The Newer 2 Cycle Trimmers use a 50:1 Ratio (OEM Suggested Ratio). I Use a 40:1 Ratio in Most of my Equipment, Except for Chainsaws and Hole Drillers/Augers. For the Chainsaws I Use a 32:1 Ratio and the Hole Digger/Auger Uses a 25:1 Ratio.
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Posted on May 13, 2009
The larger fuel line goes from fuel filter to carbuerator.The smaller line is the return line from the purge bulb tofuel tank. mitchjl_1692
Posted on May 27, 2009
The carburator needs to be adjusted a little, thin our your mixture screw when the trimmer is warmed up and idling. Well how do you get it to idle? I usually have to play with the choke lever with the throttle wide open going from choke to partial choke as needed to keep it running. Adjusting can be tricky, you need a small screwdriver. Screw all the way in then back out 3 to 3.5 turns. this should get you close. Adjust idle as needed.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
Im not sure on the size I always pull the old ones off and find the matching size,I will however tell you a good trick for installing new fuel lines on trimmers. Get a fine piece of metal wire about six inches long or so (like mig welding wire). You want to take the end of the new fuel line and with snips cut a 45 degree angle so it kind of comes to a point. Next poke the wire through the end you cut and twist it. Finally use the wire to pull the new line through.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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