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    87 Ciera 2550 fuel filler hose spec

    Does anyone have a spec on this? Size? I/d vs o/d. I’ve been told I need to replace it because of this little crack. So I want to buy new stuff without pulling this off first.
    Tia

    #2
    Yep good idea, they don't last forever. 1 1/2" ID marine grade CG aproved hose only. Consider replacing the vent hose to (5/8") CG aproved also.
    Dave
    Edmonds, WA
    "THE FIX"
    '93 2556
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      #3
      The fill hose on mine was B1 coast guard approved 1 1/2. All the rest of the hoses i used A1-15 for vent and fuel lines.
      Doug
      1995 2859 -extensively rebuilt/restored 2016/17
      496 big block - Bravo ll leg
      The Doghouse
      Prince George BC

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        #4
        Made a mistake! My fuel fill is A2. 1 1/2. Has to be A1, A1-15 or A2 if its in the engine compartment
        Doug
        1995 2859 -extensively rebuilt/restored 2016/17
        496 big block - Bravo ll leg
        The Doghouse
        Prince George BC

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          #5
          That stuff is not cheap $1.00 foot 1/2" fuel line. I paid almost $100 to replace the filler line in my 2000 2859. I think I bought 10'. I bought an extra 2 feet so I could route it more neatly.
          What im saying is you need to remove it to find out the length.
          Esteban
          Huntington Beach, California
          2018 Element 16
          Currently looking for 32xx in South Florida
          Former Bayliners: 3218, 2859, 2252, 1952

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