markwaltervick: Thanks for posting - had the fuel primer crack, so I bought a new carburetor and replaced just the rubber primer. Then found out the lines to the fuel pump had dissolved and broke - I would have replaced the entire carburetor had I known where I was now, but I did not want to remove those fuel lines . . . this video helped me understand the next step perfectly - thanks very much!
Gavin Peterson: Now the primer button won't fill with gas after fueline replacement
Daniel Chisler: you don't need any dental floss you start with pushing it threw from the tank then fish it out the mouth then put on the filter then pull it threw towards the carb .and if you don't use oil in your gas you will ruin the engine.
Scott Doherty: Thanks for the video, I just wanted to see it done before I tried it. I got a kit from Home Depot for $8, has both lines and they fit perfect. It also came with a wire with a hook that you feed through just like the floss. Just punch it through the hole in the line (it's already there and the line is cut at an angle) and pull it through. Part # AC04122 / 852-510 for Ryobi and Homelite. So far so good, we'll see how it holds up.
JD Winchester: Awesome video dude, many thanks! Your dental floss technique is sheer genius!
Beth Dangelo: Or - Feed fuel line from top w/o filter until it extends beyond opening, attach filter, pull back through, cut to length.
salkdjflksajdflksajdfl: Thanks! I replaced my fuel line on my 97 model and it leakes bad now I know I need the bigger fuel line. Mine has a plastic nipple piece on the end of one of the lines but I am not sure where it went its been a few years since it fell apart. Any ideas?
scotty martin: thanks,from Cortes islanb,British Columbia ,CANADA.....
Michael Wasiukiewicz: Good idea w/ the floss!
Paul Cowan: Great video...nice job the floss did the trick....u da man
Rick Stubblebine: Thanks for sharing this video. It got me through my fuel line repair. The dental floss trick worked like a charm!
rayjay6361: Thanks Brett, I found this Homelite that somebody ditched at the landfill , It cranked right up but leaked like a sieve and sure enough the fuel line is rotted and its black line, I found some 1/8 line that I had lying around and its too big so I went to cap it with some regular yellow line and be damned it fits, Mine is just about an inch short of what I need, So I'm going to get more today, This is the second blower I've found this fall , The first was a weedeater brand that needed a new Carb kit, but the whole OEM carb was cheaper by a buck lol, Again thanks for your help : )
rayjay6361: Now the obvious question ? Where do we get the black gas line ? and what diameter ? I can get the green/yellow/blue line but black ?
Philip Boisclair: Been looking all around on how to stop the gas leaking from my blower tried different types of fuel line nothing worked, just went out and got some of that fuel line you spoke about, gonna try it and the dental floss trick. Thanks for sharing .
killjoy29650: Hell yeah, country boys will survive!!!
dontrael1: I like the music !!!
dontrael1: you are the man...
nrgsmrt1: Brett... God bless you for all your work put into making this video! :-) Great accent! Tim. ( Thank you YouTube ).
codycm9: Thank you so much! :D I wish I new this trick a few years ago last time my fuel line went to hell. -_-
Eric Kirklin: Pretty cool! Use the grey stuff for the fuel supply line also, and Iv found .030 wire feed welder wire with a small hook in it works wonderful. I have two homelite line trimers a leaf blower that Iv changed the fuel lines every year. Used the grey tubing with no problems 3 years and counting. NO ethinal again. Use GOOD two stroke oil!
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