How to Get a Rubber Hose on a Fuel Line?

Answer Fuel lines carry the fuel from your car's gas tank up to the engine where it is burned to provide power. Most of the lines are made out of metal, but where the lines need to make a sharp turn, or w... Read More »

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How to Repair a Rubber Hose Brake Line?

The brake system on cars and trucks uses a high-pressure rubber hose with specially crimped-on fittings at each end. One end attaches to a metal brake line connected to the master cylinder. The oth... Read More »

How to Replace a Fuel Line Hose on a Motorcycle?

Motorcycle engines use fuel lines usually made from 1/4-inch rubber hose to carry the fuel from the petcock to the carburetor. This hose is made of flexible, black rubber and is prone to various ty... Read More »

How to Repair a Rubber Fuel Line?

Repairing a rubber fuel line requires the right tools, supplies and knowledge. When a leak is found in the rubber fuel line, no amount of duct tape, glue or sealant can fix it properly. This is du... Read More »

How to Replace a Nylon Fuel Line With Rubber?

Nylon fuel line has its advantages: It's smaller in diameter and less prone to kinking than rubber line, and it's cheaper to produce and install than metal line. Over time, however, nylon fuel line... Read More »