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    Unless you're looking to win a prize at the Councours De Snoot Rally just walk into an auto parts store with your old one and ask them to cut off a piece of rubber gas line in that size, probably cost you less than a buck.
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    The gas line available at the local auto parts store is too big to fit properly. Buy the proper hose from Suzuki and be done

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    Sep 2012


    Yebbut, beware buying new old stock fuel line, even though it might be genuine.
    I did that a few years ago and it fell apart within a year.
    ---- Dave
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