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Bass Pro Shops EPA Approved Fuel Line Assemblies

   

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Universal 5/16"x7'

53025

  • $35.99

  • SKU: 1656937

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Mercury 3/8"x7'

53030

  • $41.99

  • SKU: 1656941

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Fitting portable fuel systems, the Bass Pro Shops® EPA Approved Fuel Line Assemblies meet or exceed requirements set by C.A.R.B./E.P.A. for permeation of fuel vapors. Assembly includes Spreed Prime primer bulb, stainless steel hose clamps, alcohol-resistant fuel hose, and is extreme climate tested.

  • Meets or exceed requirements set by C.A.R.B./E.P.A. for permeation of fuel vapors
  • Fits portable fuel systems
  • Includes Spreed Prime™ primer bulb, stainless steel hose clamps, and alcohol-resistant fuel hose
  • Extreme climate tested  
Bass Pro Shops® EPA Approved Fuel Line Assemblies 3.5 5 8 8
Quality Purchase Excellent product. No hassles, just hooked up the new fuel line and now my motor purrs like a kitten! August 2, 2012
Fuel Line The alcohol-resistant fuel line lasted a couple of months before the inner lining collapsed and blocked fuel flow. I almost replaced a $600 fuel pump on my engine thinking that was the problem. This fuel line is garbage and should be avoided at all costs... July 23, 2012
stuck check valves after replacing the fuel line, engine struggled to run. found out the check valves were stuck allowing minimal gas to flow...yes, $100 later... August 10, 2011
great line The fuel line workes great and it was a lot cheeper than i expected March 5, 2011
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New boat owner (12 foot Jon Boat) looking for a fuel hose from 5 gallon gas can to motor - unsure of wish type or brand is best - please do advise.
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This is a fuel line assembly, does not include the fitting for your fuel tank, the size designated is for the hose diameter, so you would need to know the fitting diameter to know what size to order.
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I have a boat with a 1975 Mercury 115HP outboard. There are 2 pre-made kits listed on your website - which one do I need? There are no pictures that I can find so I can't compare them to what's on the boat currently.
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I suggest getting the new universal primer bulb and alcohol resistant hose.
Get some new clamps and put it together. Take your old hose with you or determine if it is 1/4 or 3/8 inside diameter!
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I have a Gamefisher 5.0 motor and I need a new fuelline and bubble
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How far do you want to go? Most people use 5 or six gallon tanks.
Get the universal primer bulb and alcohol resistant fuel line. Yours is probably 1/4 inch hose, but you should check it out before ordering.
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The size of your fuel line is determined by the fittings on your motor and fuel tank. Check the motor mfg as listed with the fuel lines in the online store and you should be able to match them up. If not, thern go to customer support and chat with an online rep.
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