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    what kind of hose do you guys use for the fuel filler cap to tank. and where can i get some?
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    Jet Boat Performance should have it! Or you can try your local boat center! NAPA carries it but will have to order it! WT


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    napa has fuel fill hose in stock usually.

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    Last i used the fuel stuff with a metal coil in it. It wouldnt flex and the fuel fill ended up shaving off shards of rubber into my fuel tank and eventually leaked. THis time i went with some standard plumbing hose from lowes, it's there 2" coupler deal with indentions for hose clamps and everything, fit perfect and is soft enough to flex when needed. We'll see how that goes..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    Last i used the fuel stuff with a metal coil in it. It wouldnt flex and the fuel fill ended up shaving off shards of rubber into my fuel tank and eventually leaked. THis time i went with some standard plumbing hose from lowes, it's there 2" coupler deal with indentions for hose clamps and everything, fit perfect and is soft enough to flex when needed. We'll see how that goes..
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    Auto-Zone, 1 1/4 fuel hose was the size I think for mine, about a Buck An Inch pricewise.
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    There are softwall and hardwall versions of the marine fuel fill hose. You should make sure you get marine hose. If you ever have a problem with a fire or something and you've used unapproved hose..... well... result might not be the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexone View Post
    There are
    softwall
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    hardwall
    versions of the marine fuel fill hose. You should make sure you get marine hose. If you ever have a problem with a fire or something and you've used unapproved hose..... well... result might not be the best.
    Is the 2" softwall a OD and ID measurement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    Is the 2" softwall a OD and ID measurement?
    All the hose is ID measurement.

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