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Old 09-25-2010, 04:11 PM   #1
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'88 Winne Superchief - unknown hose

I have a hose which looks like a rubber fuel line attached to a bracket at the front support for the gas tank, not the tank itself. It does not appear to be attached/connected to anything on the tank or anything else for that matter. The other end appears to have been attached to something at one point in time but is now simply hanging loose, and is about 2 ft in length. I've looked and have yet to see anything that it might attach to. Then end of the hose is plugged with some material. So anyone else with a similar unit have a thought on what it might be? Thanks.

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Old 09-25-2010, 05:03 PM   #2
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sounds like a hose has been replaced and the old one just left in place

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May be the remnants of a disconnected emissions control component... i.e. a fuel vapor recovery circuit which once connected to a charcoal cannister... just a guess.
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