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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-20-2019, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel pump output hose GL1500

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.
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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.
You can find what you need in the following link.
https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/ho...g-se/fuel-tank
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Thank you but I went to that site and it says unavailable.
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What number are you looking at? The hose to the pump looks to be available and for only 7 dollars and change. Seems like a bargain. Shipping will probably double the price.


Why not just go to your local dealer?

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#39. I may have to go to dealer. Thanks
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partzilla says it is "bulk hose" To me that means it is not a molded hose , just straight tubing. I would take the old one to an autopart store. They should have ethonol safe hose .
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If I'm reading this right, #39 is the drain hose from the fuel tray to the ground. #14 goes from the fuel pump to the fuel filter.

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You are correct. The hose I need isn't listed. It is the output hose from pump itself to a Male fitting on the front inside of tank.
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I used a 12" length of Gates 27093 (rated 30R10) for under $20 on Amazon. In my case, I was lucky to install it without having it "kink" for the 90deg. up-turn. Many folks have had great luck with putting a 90deg. brass elbow in-line for that up-turn.



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You are correct. The hose I need isn't listed. It is the output hose from pump itself to a Male fitting on the front inside of tank.
If I am thinking of the same hose, this is just an overflow hose for the pump. The fitting inside the tank is just a rod that the end of the hose slips on to keep it in place. Just take the hose to an auto parts store and get the same diameter. It is nothing fancy or special. Just make sure it is fuel hose. When the pump is pumping more gas then the carbs need, it sends the extra back in the tank via this hose.
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