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Moeller EPA/CARB Low Perm Fuel Line Assembly for Mercury/Mariner

Item # 81191
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Key Features

  • Fittings built to OEM specs

  • Tough and pliable 3/8" I.D. hose


Our Price   $49.99

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moeller Certified to meet low permeation regulations and EPA/CARB approved, this Moeller fuel line assembly is made to keep your fuel line operating at peak performance. Assembly uses a compounded, tough and pliable UV-resistant hose and includes fittings built to OEM specifications. 3/8" I.D. hose. 80" long.Bayonet-style tank connector and clip-style engine connector.

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Moeller EPA/CARB Low Perm Fuel Line Assembly for Mercury/Mariner
 
3.0

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3.0

poor fit/cheap/not as shown

By Hdog

from Sacramento, CA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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      Comments about Moeller EPA/CARB Low Perm Fuel Line Assembly for Mercury/Mariner:

      the image on the Overton's website clearly shows a metal fitting on the end of the fuel line assembly that connects to the gas tank. The one I received is plastic. The plastic fitting on the opposite end of the fuel line was very difficult to connect to the outboard motor. I had to stand behind the motor and pull the clip onto it using both arms, with full force, before the clip snapped into place. If the boat had been in the water - not on a trailer - it would not have been possible to get in that position. This is just another example of how manufacturers continue to cut corners at the expense of quality. Unfortunately, prices seem to be inversely correlated to quality; they go up as the quality goes down...

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