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Old 03-23-2012, 08:25 PM
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Fuel line removal tool

Hey stupid question. Last thing to finish the hutch mod is to hook up the fuel line to the fuel pump. I don't know how to get the line disconnected. I bought fuel line removal tools for the tank lines and they worked great but I don't see how they will work on this line. Can anyone help me so I can finish this damn thing before the rain haha. Here are some pics. Thanks for any help.


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Old 03-23-2012, 08:41 PM
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Can you get a bigger picture of the first one. I can't tell what I'm looking at.
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Old 03-23-2012, 08:48 PM
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Can you get a bigger picture of the first one. I can't tell what I'm looking at.
Yeah I just saw how small they came out. I going to re-upload from my computer. Sorry about that.


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Rotate that line around and there's a little tab that pushes in to release it. Should have been the same on your tank..

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Old 03-23-2012, 11:38 PM
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Rotate that line around and there's a little tab that pushes in to release it. Should have been the same on your tank..

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Well those tools worked great on the tank, the problem is that there is not enough room between the pump housing and the fitting to fit that tool between the two to pop it off. I will take another look at it in the light in the morning.
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Weird, mine had blue tabs that I pushed in with a flat head screw driver. Had no problems getting them off. Hope it works for you.

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Rotate that line around and there's a little tab that pushes in to release it. Should have been the same on your tank..

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Looks like the same type of fitting that is on my tank. I didn't even need to use a tool, just pushed in the blue tab with my finger and the fitting slid right off.
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Huh. when you figure it out, please post up. I'll be removing mine soon as well.

Although... I might just cut it off since it's getting replaced, lol!

How much was the line tool and where'd you get them?
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Huh. when you figure it out, please post up. I'll be removing mine soon as well.

Although... I might just cut it off since it's getting replaced, lol!

How much was the line tool and where'd you get them?
I dont know about the OP but I got a universal one from NAPA for about 30$. All I did was the harpoon mod though
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