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the brand isn't as important as the rating. You could mess around and go with B-1 fuel line for about $2.20 per foot. Or just get A-1 fuel line for $2.80 per foot.
5/16-inch ID for fuel supply and return 50 feet did the whole boat. 5/8-inch ID for the vent about 6 feet.
The fuel line I’m talking about is a short run (maybe 6-12”?) from the injector block to a barbed fitting at the rear of the engine. The other side of the fitting connects to the 5/16” id line that returns to the tank.JK_Boston - 5/16-inch ID for fuel supply and return 50 feet did the whole boat. 5/8-inch ID for the vent about 6 feet.
marchem - On a similar note-while working on our engine recently I bent and cracked the fuel return line from the injector block. It’s 3/16” ID (is this line different than the fuel supply line ?)
So what is the actual inside diameter ? ......... 1/8" is quite a difference.
I haven’t replaced them, but it doesn’t look like a difficult task. Most all of the hose is exposed. Be sure to shut off the valve at the tank!My mechanic just advised that I need to replace my fuel line, so this thread is very timely. Unfortunately his insurance carrier limited his policy to only working on engines so I am going to need to do the work. How complicated of a job is this for someone with moderate mechanical skills?
And @2 OLD PIRATES did you order the line from an online site or at a local store?