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HOW TO INSTALL FUEL LINES ON A 2 STROKE

Written By: Leaf Blower Guy - Jul• 23•15

INSALLING FUEL LINES ON 2 STOKE ENGINE WORK FOR WEEDEATERS, CHAINSAWS, LEAF BLOWERS. NEED FUEL LINE THAT IS FOR USE WITH GAS, AND HAVE PLENTY SO CAN SLIT IT AND INSTALL IT. WEEDEATER IS A HOMELITE ST-155

Originally posted 2011-07-06 19:57:01. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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5 Comments

  1. AllenTrucks says:

    @lrd7797 well on any 2 cycle weedeater engine one fuel line is the intake to it sucks the fuel out of the tank and the other one is an overflow so that any excess fuel goes back to the tank, if you need any more help just ask

  2. lrd7797 says:

    i have a simalar engine i think mine is older but the fuel lines look difrent and the small one is not hooked up to any thing
    plz help

  3. spitzification14 says:

    @AllenTrucks ill put th weedeater on a scooter after im done my chainsaw bike

  4. AllenTrucks says:

    @spitzification14 yah when those shafts break they aren’t worth fixing because you can buy them so cheep in the first place.

  5. spitzification14 says:

    i have the same weedeater great made in usa engine sad thing is that the shaft broke

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