If you've ever had "stuck" fuel lines


chewy012

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I'veread a lot of post with guys (gals?) Having a helluva time getting fuel lines off.

Don't always put so m much fair in the build quality of you're fuel line removal tool, the scissor type.

I had to drill mine out to the proper diam. After struggling with it for 30 min..... Too much slag and coating on it, I had to drill out the 5/16" side and then bam, it was cake.

Just an fyi tip.

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Good tip, I usually also take a file and smooth over the outside edge to give it a slight bevel.
 

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Yeah, always a good idea. Always proceed with caution with $3 tools from harbour freight haha

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