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Skipper
Posts: 10
Registered: ‎07-23-2019

Fuel and WP Line type

would like to replace the fuel line from the boat mounted Fuel/Vapor seperator to the engine lift pump.

 

the store here has two types.   3/8  50psi and   3/8  210psi hose

 

which one...

 

also what size and type hose  for the water pressure gauge hose that is coming off the block. 

 

Thanks

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Captain
Posts: 807
Registered: ‎08-20-2017

Re: Fuel and WP Line type

3/8" ethanol resistant, preferably marine grade hose. 50 psi is sufficient since the supply line is under zero pressure to the lift pump, then 7 psi from the lift pump to the high pressure pump.
Water pressure gauge is usually plastic tubing, think it is 1/8".
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Admiral
Posts: 8,814
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: Fuel and WP Line type

EPA and Coast Guard marine fuel hose is marked A1-15 (passes 2-1/2 minute flame test) for in-boat applications  and B-1-15 for outside boat to engine applications.

3/8" inner diameter and use 3/8" fittings.

 

 

A1-15 Coast Guard approved fuel hose.JPG

 

 

 


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