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    re running fuel lines '93 ct 70

    My fuel lines are original and are splitting at the petcock. I have trimmed to the point where they barely reach. I really need to run new lines.

    1. Where can I find a diagram or a "how to" for this?

    2. What size line and how many feet?

    3. Any do's and dont's for this process?

    Any info would be appreciated.

    Thanks!!
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    I just rebuilt my fuel system inside and out. You dont need a diagram its that easy.

    Throw your old hoses away and order new stuff here:

    http://dratv.com/noname160.html

    I ordered 2 feet of line and 8 new clamps, plus 2 new fuel filters. Before you put the hoses on your tank, slide the clamps on the end of the hoses around 1/4" +/-.

    This makes it easy to get them over the circumsized head, lol! Pull your new lines thru the opening and reinstall your tank.

    *** Before you start, remove the airbox its easier..... or leave it in, youll figure it out.***

    After your lines are thru, you should reinstall the airbox & begin trimming your fuel lines to desired length.

    Again... you want to install the clips on your hoses before you push in your filters.

    After the clips are on slide the fuel line over the filter, it will be a tight fit but its supposed to be tight.
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    Thanks for the great info. I am puzzled though. I do not have fuel filters in line. Should I have them? Did the '93 come with them? I haven't removed the tank so I don't know whats under there.
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    Also, how do I know what diameter hose to use?
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    You can start by removing your gas tank and inspecting it yourself.

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    Also mark which line is the main and which is the reserve before you reinstall the tank,you won't be able to tell the difference once it's in. IMHO extra fuel filters are a band aid to another problem. Clean the tank if it has gunk in it and keep your fuel clean

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