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Massey 135 Fuel Line

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rgreer36

02-11-2019 08:25:00




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I am having trouble removing damaged fuel line that goes from injector pump to fuel filter housing on my Massey 135 diesel tractor. The end that goes into fuel filter housing will not pull out, any tips for removal? Also any recommendations of online parts company to get a new fuel line. Thanks




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FinnMD

02-11-2019 16:38:43




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 Re: Massey 135 Fuel Line in reply to rgreer36, 02-11-2019 08:25:00  
Yes at others said the ends of fuel lines have these small black rubber seals called olives. Look like a sliced circular olive. They get hard and need to really pull hard to get out. Same on lines to the lift pump too. Order a bunch of olives with new fuel line.



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Phil Tibbetts

02-11-2019 10:49:33




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 Re: Massey 135 Fuel Line in reply to rgreer36, 02-11-2019 08:25:00  
If you can get them out I use the old brass barrel shaped ferrules to replace them. They don't need to be too tight as there is not much if any pressure. Just my 2 cents worth.



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Dieseltech

02-11-2019 09:30:48




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 Re: Massey 135 Fuel Line in reply to rgreer36, 02-11-2019 08:25:00  
I use a small dental pick to break up and pull out the rubber line olive, they can be a BEAR to remove.



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ptfarmer

02-11-2019 08:49:51




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 Re: Massey 135 Fuel Line in reply to rgreer36, 02-11-2019 08:25:00  
I make my own out of the metal brake lines you get at the local auto parts store, you just have to reuse the original nuts on the end (see picture below, I made the lines from the lift pump to the filter, and the return from the filter to the tank). The ends that go into the filter housing can be a real pain if the butt to remove, can take a bunch of time, and effort to remove.

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