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|JAy BRADSHAW||I have a cut in the fuel line where it curves back up to the fuel filter. I am trying to get it started to take to the shop. How can I get it started, can I splice the line or do I need to replace it? If I splice it how do I do this. Thanks Great form site..
|J BRADSHAW||Its a 5205, I did buy a new fuel line, so I will try and replace today. ANY help out there
|Henry||If you've got the new fuel line and can instal it in the field then do so. If the fuel line was the only reason it was a no start then you've got it fixed- and don't need any help.
Let us know if you get it started, eh?
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