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Old 11-28-2006, 11:52 AM
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Fuel Lines and Bio

Anyone know if the original fuel lines(plastic, nylon ???) that run in the frame rail from the tanks to the selector switch on the 86 will stand up to Bio? I already got the new hoses for the rest of the system but I am not sure about these lines.

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Anyone know if the original fuel lines(plastic, nylon ???) that run in the frame rail from the tanks to the selector switch on the 86 will stand up to Bio? I already got the new hoses for the rest of the system but I am not sure about these lines.

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Plastic lines are fine, only rubber prior to 1993 needs to be changed.



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