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09-19-2010 04:16 PM
VHunter If anyone cares there are 2 lines, one is 3/8 and the other is 5/16. They are just over 2 ft long. You have to
drop the fuel tank to get to them.
09-16-2010 02:26 PM
VHunter
Fuel line size

I'm having a Jeep delivered to me tomorrow, '91 Wrangler 4.0 5spd. It is leaking fuel out the pressurized hose coming from the fuel tank by the rear axle. They tightened the hose clamp once but the leak came back. I figure that most likely the hose needs replaced. Since I won't have the Jeep until tomorrow evening, does any one know what size, and how long the hose is?


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