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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 11:03 AM
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I'm having a hard time finding a submersible fuel hose to fit. Anyone have any suggestions? I believe it is 1/2" ID. Thanks in advance.
Reading and comprehension is important. He is looking for the hose "inside" the fuel tank...!

I am surprised by some of the replies.
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Reading and comprehension is important. He is looking for the hose "inside" the fuel tank...!

I am surprised by some of the replies.

Well, then, do you know what fiche the hose he's looking for is on?

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HMMMM, , , ,the hose isn't listed anywhere, , , and I KNOW I threw my hose away because it wasn't needed, , ,sounds to me like this could be a situation where the OP might want to forget about "replacing" a submersible hose that isn't needed. The bike works fine without it.
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The 27093 hose is 5/16 ID. Was it an issue to get it stretched over fitting on fuel pump. The hose on mine has 1/2 ` ID. Brass 90 sounds like a good idea for the bend.
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After 25+ years, my OEM fuel pump crapped out, ,I opted for the Napa/Carter P72190 fuel pump, and the Gates 27093 on the output is a nice fit. The 12" was close to perfect fit, , , IIRC I cut less than 1/2" off to install it nicely.
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Ok Thanks. I might be better off just replacing OEM fuel pump as it is21 years old.
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