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Homelite Fuel line

Posted by shawn62326 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 13, 10 at 15:57

I have an old blue Homelite Super XL and I need the fuel line from the carb to the filter, including the grommet at the tank if there is one and the filter, anyone know where I may be able to find these items?


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RE: Homelite Fuel line

You should be able to get line and filter at any small engine shop. They are universal, but the grommet may be another thing.


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RE: Homelite Fuel line

  • Posted by baymee LehighValleyPA (My Page) on
    Wed, Apr 14, 10 at 6:07

Maybe.

Homelite fuel line is sold separately in catalogs. It's gray in color. It could have a proprietary inside and outside diameter.


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RE: Homelite Fuel line

It may be an older style fuel line sizing which may require 5mm ID and 8mm OD Dimensions for sizing. Try chainsawz.com they may be able to set you up with the req'd replacement fuel line sizing. I was referred to them in the past for assistance and they had me up and running asap !


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RE: Homelite Fuel line

  • Posted by billw 5b - Kansas (My Page) on
    Sun, May 23, 10 at 0:12

shawn62326
I have the SXL fuel lines but as there was 3 different versions, i'll need more info.
Call or email me 785-562-3539


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RE: Homelite Fuel line

I have a old Super xl amo. I love that saw. It has started leaking gas from up top, where the copper line changes to the poly line. I am having a tuff time getting to the connector.. Any help any a diagram would be nice Pat


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