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Thread: Where can I get the correct fuel line? 83' GS750ES

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    I bought oem Suzuki stuff and it was good and they gave me enough to do probably 3 bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by limeex2 View Post
    they gave me enough to do probably 3 bikes.
    I went to dealers row down here in Lakeville. Leos south - only had 6mm. MotoPrimo - none. HD - we don't do metric. I couldn't find it at Dennis Kirk either.

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    Just get it from Parts Outlaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck hahn View Post
    Motion pro has 7mm line. you can also search 7MM FUEL LINEon ebay

    7MM INSIDE DIAMETER IS NEEDED
    Is 7MM ID what I need for my 1981 GS750E as well? OEM is listed as HOSE, FUEL (L:250->L:210), Part No. 09343-07026

    Thanks!


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    McMaster-Carr is another good source:

    https://www.mcmaster.com/tubing/syst...n-style~barbed
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwringer View Post
    McMaster-Carr is another good source:

    https://www.mcmaster.com/tubing/syst...n-style~barbed

    Their first choice on that page,Tygon looks good.

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