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Old 03-18-2009, 01:07 AM
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what material for fuel line?

can i and should i use clear vinyl fuel line for my biodiesel conversion? or will it break down or melt?

would viton hose be a better idea?

thanks guys
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can i and should i use clear vinyl fuel line for my biodiesel conversion? or will it break down or melt?

would viton hose be a better idea?

thanks guys
Vinyl will work, but over time will get hard and brittle. Viton is the best hose to use.
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ok, thanks for the reply.

I got it cheap, 15 cents a foot. so im guna use it for now.
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