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PostSubject: Hard to find fuel hose   Fri Jul 24, 2009 4:54 pm

If you read my fuel leak thread then you already know about this hose. I have 26" of fuel rated 1.75" (1 3/4") inside diameter hose. This is the hose that connects the fuel filler neck to the fuel tank on our cars. The sedan takes a section 9" long while the wagon I don't know about. I spent $55 for a 3 foot length of it and just want to get a few bucks back on the leftovers. I will cut it to the length you need depending on your application. The original Napa part number is NBH 1035

I'll price it from $15 for a 9-10" piece and up to $30 for the entire length of 26". That's 6-8" of free hose if you buy the whole piece cheers. If you live nearby I'll even help put it on for an additional charge of a 20oz soda for the ride home Very Happy

Remember that 15 year old hoses wear out and fuel is flammable and if you don't buy this from me you may be more likely to blow up without warning Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: Hard to find fuel hose   Wed Jul 29, 2009 8:02 pm

Nobody is in need of fuel hose? I find that odd considering we all live in the rust belt Suspect
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PostSubject: Re: Hard to find fuel hose   Sat Aug 01, 2009 10:19 am

may need a chunk for my 91 sedan ill let u know in a few days
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PostSubject: Re: Hard to find fuel hose   Sat Aug 22, 2009 7:31 pm

I already cut the hose into 10" sections which is slightly more than the stock length to accommodate wider hose clamps if anyone wants to use them. I'll sell these at $20 shipped and include a set of over the counter clamps to go with them. So for $20 you'll have a brand new piece of hard to find hose with brand new clamps and like before I'll be willing to do the install if your local for the price of a cold drink Very Happy
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