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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hole at top of fuel tank
yes two tube always go into the gas tanks. you should be able to find the connection were that tube is suppose to go. if you have a tube in the tank with the filter on end you know it(the missing fuel line) just needs a atraight tube into the tank from a barbed port(were the other end hooks to). let me know if you do not understand.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
1st get new line. find where it goes on carb. pull the line out of the tank .cut a pc. of new line longer then what you need ,cut the end of the tubing with dia.pliers at a long angle then push it into the tank untill you can fish it out hook it back to the filter pull the extra tubing back towards the carb. leaving the filter at the bottom of the tank
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
no you can buy replacement fuel line but you must reconnect the filter in the tank that line goes to the bottom of the carby then out the top of the carby to the inlet on the primer then out of the primer and back to the tank.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
If you look closely there should be 2 holes in the fuel tank, also if you look inside the fuel tank there should be some remaining pieces of the fuel line and a fuel filter. If this has been sitting for any length of time you will also want to replace the fuel filter.
Now comes the fun... or a challenge
To start with you will need 2 sizes of fuel line ( go to a small engine repair shop) while you are replacing things you may want to buy a new primer bulb also.
to insert the fuel lines into the tank you will have to cut a tapered tail about 2 " long so that you can grab the fuel line with a needle nose and pull them through and out of the tank so that you can trim off the tapered tails. On one install the fuel filter and stick back into the tank, on the other trim the tapered tail off and pull the line back into the tank but leave about 1" sticking through the tank.
Now hook up you fuel lines to the carb and/ or primer bulb
Fill tank half full with fuel ... now test the installation if it doesn't pump fuel but instead you can hear it blow bubbles in the tank it is simple just reverse your lines on the carb / primer bulb
Retest if it works like it should you are ready to attempt to start it... good luck
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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