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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel
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fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
is there anywhere to get this fuel line new or does it work just fine getting black fuel line from the parts store and running it through the spring or will it collapse what are you guys doing for fuel line and what size fuel line is this
 
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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
5/16 ID, will be fine and fit inside the spring protector. You can get the fuel injection rated line, if you think it’s necessary.
 
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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
Pipe, Fuel 1
5VN-24311-00-00

$7.42

That line has a 180º bend in it to go to the filter inlet. I'm not sure if you will be able to get a straight store bought hose to bend that tight even with the spring on it.
 
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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
thanks dave not sure what im going to do for part numbers and all the info that members of the forum give when the site closes davej send me a pm with your email
 
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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
It works. I’ve got the pipe on one, and just hose with the protector on the other. No issues.
 
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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
brianis wrote:
thanks dave not sure what im going to do for part numbers and all the info that members of the forum give when the site closes davej send me a pm with your email


PM sent. Join the Facebook RSC page there are a lot of members from here that are also there. Ya just gotta figure out who they are because they don't use forum names like we do here.
 
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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
brianis wrote:
thanks dave not sure what im going to do for part numbers and all the info that members of the forum give when the site closes davej send me a pm with your email

Can you say “Yamaha website”?
 
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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
Retail on that fuel line (5VN-24311-00-00) is $12.11
Get it for $10.22 @ http://www.BuyYamahaParts.com

No minimum order & free US shipping with code FREESHIP18

If you find it cheaper anywhere else, you better check the shipping $$.
 
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Last Edit: 2018/01/15 09:24 By BubbaKahuna.
 
This fits in here, right? I mean, I can make this fit in here ... right?

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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month ago  
SKWEARpeg wrote:
It works. I’ve got the pipe on one, and just hose with the protector on the other. No issues.

I'm just running the parts store line on both ends of the filter with the springs around the petcock end.

Ratl.
 
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Re:fuel filter to gas tank fuel 1 Month ago  
Ratl wrote:
SKWEARpeg wrote:
It works. I’ve got the pipe on one, and just hose with the protector on the other. No issues.

I'm just running the parts store line on both ends of the filter with the springs around the petcock end.

Ratl.


According to your profile you are pumpless. Are you using the stock filter under the pump cover or are you using a small aftermarket filter running strait from the petcock downward to the carb?
 
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