Bass Pro Shops EPA-Approved Fuel Line Assemblies for Outboard Motors
Bought a year ago. I use my six gallon fuel tank as a caddy for mower, snow blower and as boat tank. leaked at bulb first. Bulb became increasingly difficult. filling mower I noticed an odd flow of fuel. Looked in line and saw that the inside liner of the hose separated. Melted into the gas. Now mower nor outboard will run. Can't wait to see how much that will cost.
August 14, 2014
Fixed my leaks
I had to replace my existing fuel line on my outboard motor due to connections leaking and hose cracking. Bought this and it was a perfect fit!! I no longer leak gas and couldnt be happier
March 13, 2012
A litle confusing...
I was tentative because there were multiple items at different price points that seemed to be the correct part. This fuel line turned out to fit but...
I have a Johnson 115 outboard. The engine connector fit but I had to remove the other supplied connector to install to my fuel/water separator filter. Another issue was the primer bulb - it was reversed and had to be flipped for the fuel to flow in the correct direction. Hope to take the boat out next week to make sure all is OK and no leaks.
To improve the catalog, description should include the connectors provided, and not just use the same description for different parts, ie permanent fuel tank - one connector, portable fuel tank 2 conectors. I probably could have purchased the lower priced item and not had the extra connector ($5-$10 extra) to remove since it was not needed.
May 17, 2012
I installed the bulb and when the motor runs the bulb collapses. It has an air leak in it somewhere. Purchased a Evenrude bulb at a dealer and it works great
May 24, 2013