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How to change hose inside tank?

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Old 01-22-2012
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Default How to change hose inside tank?

Do you guys have any tricks to changing the hose inside of the tank? I dont know how to get in there and change the thing. I can get it off but can't get it back on.

Its on an xcr with the two piece seat btw.

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screw out the fuel supply brass nipple in the front side of tank and you should be able to pull it out if still attached.
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screw out the fuel supply brass nipple in the front side of tank and you should be able to pull it out if still attached.
Unfortunately it isn't on there

I should be able to find some way to fish it out though. Just wasn't sure how to put it back on. Thank ya sir!
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A bent hanger or one of those "grab it" tools will work to get the old section out.
Then attache the new hose and pickup to the nipple and insert it back through the hole and tighten.
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A bent hanger or one of those "grab it" tools will work to get the old section out.
Then attache the new hose and pickup to the nipple and insert it back through the hole and tighten.

That's what she said! HA!
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