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Ryobi 725R fuel filter; How is it re-mounted? Fuel line is soft and weak > tears easily. I am replacing the fuel lines and need to re-mount the fuel filter into the tank. It seems next to impossible to get the filter stem,(with line attached), through the hole in the tank. I have managed to get the stem through and about 1/8" outside the tank surface but isn't there about another 1/8" more to go? Ryobi couldn't have made this re-mount easier?

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  • Anonymous May 14, 2009

    I have the same problem ,but i let a family member use my ryobi and all the fuel line are off . can you tell me were they go.

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After you insert the fuel line through the tank and install the filter. take some WD-40 and spray the hose. now from the bottom of tank the pull on the hose. and just keep pulling on it till it comes through all the way. then slide the little white washer back over the hose and seat in place. this should do it for you. they are a royal pain in the **** to work on. numerous brands of string trimmers have these top mount tanks. a new tank with hoses already assembled is about 45 bucks with shipping. much cheaper to fix it yourself.

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To tombones49.
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