Originally Posted by Ilvmygt
SaddleSore, you make a good point about the older fuel line not being compatible with the new re-blended fuels.
Do you know how difficult is was to change out fuel lines.
Short version.. A Royal Pain in the Ass..
I am not familiar with the basement /fuel and electrical passageways of the CountryCoach..
On the Foretravel, they have a 1' x 2' passageway for electrical/air lines & fuel lines from front bulkhead to the rear bulkhead. Was a dirty & slow progress job to replace the fuel lines..
I Hired Motorhomes of Texas to replace ours. for replacing all the fuel (and return) lines for the Engine/Generator and the Aquahot., as they have done many Coaches..
IIRC.. It was around $1000, And one very long day in their Shop.
(Warning.. With Fuel lines.. DO NOT try to go Cheap on the Hose & Fittings, or try to take Shortcuts /Cut Corners when replacing.. Leaks and the chance of fire is never a good thing..
I See that You are in WA State.. Check With Premier in Junction City, Ore. or Oregon Motor Coach in Eugene,Ore. to get the job done correctly..
(Both are Very familiar with Country Coaches..AND NO Sales Tax!.