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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-05-2008, 01:24 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel Line Size

What size fuel line does the 97 Indy Trail Touring (488 Fuji) use. Overhauling the engine and I want to replace them, but I am seeing all kinds of sizes. Also, is there any particular brand anyone would recommend?

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Tygon 5/16"

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Thanks

One more question. Last season I had some issues with the choke plunger (on the carb end of the cable) getting stuck in the carb. When I would unbolt the cable and pull it out, there was a lot of resistance removing it. I was told that there was a replacement plunger that has a rubber end on it to prevent this problem, but for the life of me I can not find them. I saw them once last year on the web, but of course I never ordered them. Any idea where I can get them?

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You shouldn't need that rubber plunger. You can lightly sand that brass one to make it slide much easier.

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