Posted by Fred from MO on September 26, 2012 at 07:44:23 from (184.108.40.206):
Gosh, when did 5/8 rubber fuel line become such an obsolete part in this country??? I am repairing what I thought was a leaky gas tank in a 77 GMC van and found out it was just the hoses rotted away. No problem I thought, I will just drop the tank and buy a couple dollars worth of hoses and good as new. $44 dollars later I still couldn find a supplier of the 5/8" hose. NAPA, Autozone, O'reilly, the local Freighliner Dealer nor the Local Chevy dealer carries it. I had to order it online from a place in a 25 foot roll. I must be getting old, because the easy repairs are becoming very hard and costly. A new tank was $200 bucks so Im glad Im out thatm but now I have $75 or more in rubber that goes from the tank to various other parts of the van. CRAZY!!
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