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Old 08-13-2018, 07:45 AM   #1
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7/8" fuel tank vent hose supplier help

My fuel tank vent is an odd ball 7/8". I can't find a the hose anywhere. Does anyone know where I can get 7/8" fuel rates hose?
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I'd call a few local hydraulic hose shops. They may be able to order hose for you.
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Dave, is 7/8" the outer diameter? If so, it's not what you should be looking for. All hose sizes are stated by their INNER diameters, to match the OUTER diameters of the fittings the hoses go onto.


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Dave, is 7/8" the outer diameter? If so, it's not what you should be looking for. All hose sizes are stated by their INNER diameters, to match the OUTER diameters of the fittings the hoses go onto.


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Thank for the help everyone. The hose is actually 3/4". I was measuring a 30 year old end that went on the tank. Pretty deformed from tearing it off. I cut a section off and 3/4" will work.
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