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TS casereed fuel line routing

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  • TS casereed fuel line routing

    To the guys who may still have a sport with a downward facing TS casereed, how do you route the fuel lines? The way mine sit, they rub on the deck and it actually rubbed a hole in one line. Anyone have any ideas on how to route them differently?

  • #2
    Pics would help.
    Maybe use braided vinyl cover? Like the stuff computer cables come with.

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    • #3
      Good idea. I never thought of that

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      • #4
        I figured out a different route. Made the in line longer and ran it over the top of the carb and attached it to part of the carb with a zip tie.

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