Question about Ryobi Garden
First off, get a piece of fuel line longer than you need for the job. With the gas tank removed, wrapped in a towel and put in a vice to steady it I fed the gas line in from the outside of the tank to through the fuel hole (where the gas cap fits on). I carefully worked the fuel line onto the filter until it was all the way on (touching the bottom of the filter assembly). I then gently pulled on the line feeding it through the hole. Then with gentle pulling, twisting and nudging from inside and outside the tank I worked the fuel filter nipple through the hole on the bottom of the tank until it was flush and secure.. Once the filter and fuel line were secure in the hole on the bottom of the tank, I then worked the secure ring up the fuel line and worked it onto the filter stem until it was snug. I then fed the line through the appropiate holes in the engine, trimmed it to size and fitted it on the nipple on the engine.
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