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Old 11-17-2018, 02:59 PM   #211
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The flexible lines are stainless with no lining. They must of changed material at sometime. Mines a April of 03 built unit.
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Old 11-17-2018, 11:38 PM   #212
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The flexible lines are stainless with no lining. They must of changed material at sometime. Mines a April of 03 built unit.
I learn every day; I'd never heard of solid flexible SST.
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I learn every day; I'd never heard of solid flexible SST.

I think he means the flexible stainless steel covering on the plastic hose. That is what I used except the plastic is PTFE and the connections (hose ends) are good to 1K PSI which is way more than the 18-20 PSI it sees. It's fairly expensive but not as expensive as hydraulic hose.
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I think he means the flexible stainless steel covering on the plastic hose. That is what I used except the plastic is PTFE and the connections (hose ends) are good to 1K PSI which is way more than the 18-20 PSI it sees. It's fairly expensive but not as expensive as hydraulic hose.
OK, he stated "no lining" which didn't make sense.
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OK, he stated "no lining" which didn't make sense.

Yeah....I hear ya...sometimes I read some things that people post and I just shake my head...lol. If there is a SS flexible fuel line with no liner I have never seen it.
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Sorry I forgot to add the word rubber in no lining. It has some other type of lining
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