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Old 10-14-2015, 05:24 PM   #1
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Rubber pick up hose on fuel tank

I need to change rubber pickup hose on fuel tank, is there a way to get to it with out dropping tank. Can not even get my hand in there to feel it. Newmar kountry star 1997
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Is it the hose for your generator fuel?? If so I might have a short-cut for you.
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No to my motor
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Yes you need to drop the tank.
Some things to do.. Use the search, Fuel tank, removing gas tank, etc. Also search under your chassis forum. You need to put your chassis in your signature box. Good luck
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