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Old 08-14-2015, 01:36 PM   #1
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Gas line fillers

Anyone find someplace to buy gas line fillers. Mine is pretty rotton want to repair before it leaks the part is no longer available from Winnebago.
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Anyone find someplace to buy gas line fillers. Mine is pretty rotton want to repair before it leaks the part is no longer available from Winnebago.
What year/model/engine??
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If you are talking about the hose between the gas cap and the tank, a marine supply store should have what you need.
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Have you tried NAPA, that's where I got mine. They had several to chose from.




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