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    Hi all fuel lines rubber hoses

    Hi am just about got my Honda nss 250 going again. need some replacment fuel hoses. fuel safe. and the little clips
    where do you suggest is a good place look.

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    Repco have fuel safe hose, should have the clips as well.
    it's not a bad thing till you throw a KLR into the mix.
    those cheap ass bitches can do anything with ductape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    Hi am just about got my Honda nss 250 going again. need some replacment fuel hoses. fuel safe. and the little clips
    where do you suggest is a good place look.
    Kart shops, they normally have the good quality clear hose
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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    Hi am just about got my Honda nss 250 going again. need some replacment fuel hoses. fuel safe. and the little clips
    where do you suggest is a good place look.
    why not try a bike shop first and keep them in business, they have workshops that use it so sell it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    why not try a bike shop first and keep them in business, they have workshops that use it so sell it too
    Yes buddy great plan only trouble bike shops about hour away from me walking big plus they going know the right sizing

    am assuming all bike makers use the same stuff.thanks everone.

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    Most of the fuel hoses on my bike are molded, so need to be bought as spares. Any car parts place will have petrol hose in standard sizes.

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    Supercheap are advertising fuel grade lines in the catalog that was in my mailbox tonight.

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    Try Dewtec
    If they're holding similar stock to us they'll have some provided you're not needing the pre-molded stuff.
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    www.bits4bikes.co.nz (whites) do motionpro, nice soft flexible fuel hose that stays soft in both black and grey and different sizes. Is not the fat wall, ugly, reinforced or furry stuff you get usually. Not cheap, but you get what you pay for

    Nicest stuff I have ever used. I've had many fuel hoses go hard and crappy to use etc. They also have nice clips etc to go with the hose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcy25 View Post
    www.bits4bikes.co.nz (whites) do motionpro, nice soft flexible fuel hose that stays soft in both black and grey and different sizes. Is not the fat wall, ugly, reinforced or furry stuff you get usually. Not cheap, but you get what you pay for

    Nicest stuff I have ever used. I've had many fuel hoses go hard and crappy to use etc. They also have nice clips etc to go with the hose.
    Thanks, I had a look at the link. Are you using the Tygon hose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaferRides View Post
    Thanks, I had a look at the link. Are you using the Tygon hose?
    yep. Tygon

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