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Fuel Line

Part Number: 530069247
PoulanParamountWeed EaterHusqvarnaJonsered
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 530021053, 530021082, 530071404 and 530021076.

Product Information
Manufacturer: Poulan, Paramount, Weed Eater, Husqvarna, Jonsered
Product Number: 530069247
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.01 lbs.
Also Known As: Fuel Tube, Pick-Up Tube, Fuel Hose
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Description:
This is a genuine Husqvarna fuel line that is commonly used on gas trimmers and blowers. It is supplied directly from original equiplement manufacturer. The fuel line delivers gasoline from the tank into the carburetor. These fuel lines are made out of clear flexible rubber material that over time may begin deteriorate and crack allowing for leaks. At this point it is time to replace the line. Includes one 25-inch fuel line.
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:

Paramount
Poulan
1900 Gas Chain Saw
1900 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
1950 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
1950LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1950LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1950LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1950LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
1975 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
1975LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1975LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
1975LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
1975LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2025 Gas Chain Saw
2025 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2050 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2055 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2050LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2050WT Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2055LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2055LE Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2055LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2055LE Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075 LE Gas Chain Saw
2075 LE Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075C Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 2 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2075OC Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2100 Gas Chain Saw
2100 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 3 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 4 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 5 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 6 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Type 7 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Predator Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Predator Type 1 Gas Chain Saw
2150 Predator Type 2 Gas Chain Saw

Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Blower
  • • Chain Saw
  • • Edger
  • • Hedge Trimmer
  • • Saw
  • • Trimmer
Questions & Answers

Need a diagram of fuel line and parts , working on a friends dads chainsaw its missing 2 fuel lines need diagram of parts And show how fuel lines run Thanks BTW love your website its awesome compared to other websites I been to I the past
Bandit for model number PP3516AVX
Hello Bandit, thank you for your inquiry! We only provide the diagrams listed on our website. To see where the fuel line is attached, please refer to diagram labelled "Engine" at the link below. The fuel line can be located under number 17 (on the left hand side of the diagram in the top corner). I hope this information helps! https://www.ereplacementparts.com/poulan-pp3516avx-gas-chainsaw-parts-c-16962_17147_128669.html
What are OD and ID measurements of this fuel line? This line I assume is used to go thru the openings in the fuel tank. How does one put the line through these small holes?
Don Daniels for model number Poulan 2375LE
Hi Don, Thank you for your question. The inner diameter is approximately 5/64th inches and the outer diameter is approximately 9/64 inches. The length of the line is approximately 2 feet. I hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day!
Which fuel line is the correct size. Is it the 69247 or 69599
William for model number PP258TPC Poulan Pro Gas Tree trimmer
Hello William, Thank you for contacting us. I have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is Part Number: 530069247. Hope this helps!
does this line fit both the intake and also the lines to the primer
robert clark for model number poulan mod.2150 chainsaw
Hello Robert, thank you for your inquiry! This fuel line delivers gasoline from the tank into the carburetor. I hope this information helps!
What size tube is this ? On the purge line it says 3/16
Richard for model number Fl25c
Hello Richard, Thank you for the question. This fuel line is 25" long. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!
Will this fuel line and the purge line work on my weedeater featherlite FX26SC?
Paul Pena for model number FX26SC
Hello Paul, thank you for your inquiry! We can confirm that part 530069247 is compatible with your model FX26SC. I hope this information helps!
I cannot find parts for this trimmer also parts manual
John myers for model number Efco8271t
Hello John and thank you for writing Here is the link to the manual, let us know if you need more help. https://www.manualslib.com/products/Efco-8271-S-4269869.html
O need to replace the fuel lines.What is the part Number i should order? Thank you.
Manuel for model number PR48BT
Hello Manuel and thank you for writing Fuel line Part # 587044854 is in the list of compatible items for your model. Hope this helps
What is diameter of fuel line and the purge line
Paul D Frechette for model number Poulan pro leaf blower model BVM200VS
Hello Paul, thank you for your inquiry! Specification information for the referenced part is not available in our database. We strongly recommend you contact the manufacturer, as they may have this information in their system. Simply reference the part number you provided to us and they may be able to provide you with these details. Thank you.
Yes I have to different sizes of gas line coming out of the tank you have a size it does'nt say what size I bought it. The primer button has a little bigger piece of gas line coming out of the gas tank to the primer side any ideas ty Jeff
jeff miller for model number XT85T Weed Eater Trimmer
Hello Jeff, thank you for your inquiry! We only provide the diagrams listed on our website. To see where the fuel line is attached, please refer to diagram labelled "Engine" at the link below. The fuel line can be located under number 17 (on the left hand side of the diagram in the top corner). I hope this information helps! https://www.ereplacementparts.com/poulan-pp3516avx-gas-chainsaw-parts-c-16962_17147_128669.html
Gas is leaking around fuel lines? Or carburetor. I can't tell. It will run once then die and won't start again. Would you know where its leaking. When running i can see gas spray out , just not sure from where.
Margaret for model number Fx25 extreme weedeater
Hello Margaret and thank you for writing Several things cause a carburetor to leak gas. A loose fuel line connection is easy to correct by tightening the connection at the carburetor. ... Another cause of a gas leak is a sticking float inside the carburetor bowl. This forces gas out of the sides of the bowl.Hope this helps
Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
170 of 189 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Fuel Filter - 530095646
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, forceps
Fuel line and fuel filter fell out of fuel tank
Watch video on youtube for chain saw fuel line and filter repair. Made it easy!
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125 of 128 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Trimmer
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Repair Difficulty:
Hard
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Nutdriver, small punch, carb cleaner
Weed Eater trimmer fuel line rotted due to old age
1. Removed the fuel tank and carb.
2. Rebuild the carb.
3. Removed what was left of the fuel line.
3. Installed new fuel line, which was very difficult.
4. line fits thru a hole on the fuel tank. This required the line to be forced thru a smaller hole than the OD of the fuel line. I ended up putting silicone grease on the OD of the line and pushing the line thru the hole using a small punch.
5. Once I got enough line thru the hole and out thru the fuel tank cap side, I was able to pull it from that side until I had line that was not pushed thru using the punch.
6. I cut the line close to the fuel cap side of the tank and installed the fuel filter onto the line. The fuel filter just drops into the tank.
7. I then reinstalled the tank and carb.
8. Once all the hardware is reinstalled, I measured and cut the fuel line to fit onto the carb.
9. This may sound easy, but it was not. The weed eater runs great now (its almost 20 years old).
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49 of 56 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Purge Line - 530069216
Purge Bulb - 530047721
Fuel Cap Assembly - 580940901
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers
Old Primer Bulb was cracked and would not pump fuel into the carb
- Removed top cover (to access carb area and allow side panel removal)

- Removed side cover where primer bulb is located

- Remove old snap in primer bulb (without disconnecting fuel lines)

- Cut and replace the 2 fuel lines one at a time (mine were hard and brittle from old fuel)

- The new bulb has 2 fuel ports, one is longer than the other which matched the old bulb.

- Installation instructions said to double check the direction of the fuel flow (the bulb sucks fuel through the carb, so the inlet side is connected to the carb and the outlet side goes back to the fuel tank).

- Snap the new bulb into place on the side panel

- Attach the side panel

- Attach the top panel

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33 of 37 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Foam Air Filter - 530037793
Purge Bulb Kit - 530071835
Fuel Filter - 530095646
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Nutdriver, hemo-stats to grab fuel line to pull through tank
All fuel lines dissolved from age,crumbled and broken.
I have 1996 poulan 2550 super clean 18" chain saw , last used it in 2005,pulled out of storage to use and primer bulb was cracked, so I purchased new fuel lines,bulb,air and fuel filter. The repair went fairly easy, 3 screws to remove air filter top cover, 4 screws side cover with pull start, 2 nuts that retain air plenum,and carburetor, disconect throttle linkage with needlenose pliers,move air plenum with throttle cable to left side, then able to slide carb and choke lever back to gain access to tank inlet(left side) and return(right side). Removed old line stuck in inlet and return with small diameter philips screw driver,they just tapped through, fished out old fuel filter and bits of old line with hemo stats, new fuel lines had diagonal cut at end which I put white lube on outside of hose at end and fed through holes, large dia is return,small dia is feed,enough to reach in with hemo stats and tug through( hardest part of repair).The next hardest part was figuring out lines, I found a youtube that ereplacementparts did in 2009 that helped me determine that starting from bulb center large dia to return in tank,small dia from bulb goes to top rh side of carb,bottom left side of carb to small dia inlet side of tank, pulled small line from tank and put fuel filter on, lays flat on bottom of tank.I slid the carb back down on studs making sure fuel lines are clear , move air plenum up to carb,then install throttle linkage with needle nose pliers,push air plenum on studs and thread nuts on and tighten evenly , put dab of 30w non detergent oil on foam air cleaner worked in, plulled spark plug , was clean and in good condition. replaced starter housing and top cover, repair time was approximately 1 hour, including coffee break, everything worked fine. Don :)
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30 of 33 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Trimmer
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Fuel Cap With Retainer - 530014347
Purge Line - 530069216
Carburetor Assembly - 530071822
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Pliers, Allen Key Set, Needle Nose Pliers, Star Screwdriver Set
SST25 Line Trimmer: Would not start. Prior owner left old fuel in the entire fuel system for several years. Entire fuel system was gummed and would not start.
This process looks long but I assure you it is super easy and takes no time at all. If this is your first time taking a fuel system apart take pictures or use a IPB so you do not have to rely on memory for reassembly.

1. First I drained and disposed of all the old fuel.

2. Then I removed the fuel filter from the intake hose in the fuel tank with needle nose pliers. Once the fuel filter was removed then I remove the return line fuel assembly pickup (fancy name for little plastic insert) with needle nose pliers.

3. After both the fuel filter and fuel assembly pickup was remove then I removed the gas tank carefully, thus not to tear the fuel lines. The fuel tank is held on with two star screws so you would need the proper star screw driver or ratchet attachment.

4. Next I removed the hoses from the carburetor also careful not to tear the fuel lines. The reason for such care is because I used the old hoses to determine the size of the new hoses. Now for the carburetor.

5. I removed the air filter and air filter cover there are two Allen screws that hold on the carburetor. Using a the proper Allen key I remove both screws. Be careful not to tear any gaskets when removing. Also the throttle cable to attached to the carburetor it is easy to remove just angle the L properly and it slides right out.

Now that the carburetor is removed assess the situation. In my case I took the carburetor apart to see if I could clean it before I ordered a new carburetor but this was beyond cleaning. If you have never taken a carburetor apart proceed with caution and read a different repair guide.

Most of the parts where rusted and gummed and for 25 bucks I simple decided to order a new one. Also since I had the fuel take off I cleaned it and ordered new hoses, fuel filter, and a new fuel tank cap. I only ordered a new cap because the other one was cracked.

6. Once the parts arrived I began by cutting the new fuel hoses. I used the old hoses to determine the size. NOTE: Cut the new pieces a little longer than the old ones because the hardest part of the project is putting the new hoses into the fuel tank. And unless you are really good you will tare up the ends a bit and will need to be cut off. Plus you will need to cut the new ones at an angle so you will need to cut that flat as well.

7. After the cut is made, cut the end of the hoses at a sharp angle thus to be able to put the tip of the hose through the holes int he fuel tank. I recommend using a little lube on the outside of the hoses as well just so they slide easier. In my case I used a little 2-cycle oil because I knew it would not contaminate the line or the gas in the fuel tank. Once the hoses where just barely through the hole I grabbed the end of the hoses with needle nose pliers and pulled the desired length. On the intake hose I cut the end flush and attached the new fuel filter then put it back into the fuel tank. Also cut and attached the return line fuel assembly pickup to the return line then pulled it up to the top of the fuel tank.

8. Before I attached the tank I put the new carburetor on the same way I took it off making sure to attach the throttle cable as I went. When the screws where in line I tightened them down snug. Do not over tighten.

9. Now I attached fuel tank in same manner not to over tighten the screws.

10. Finally I attached the fuel lines to the carburetor filled the fuel tank with good 2 cycle and closes the fuel tank with my new fuel cap. Attached the air filter and air filter cover and we where good to go.

Primed the carburetor, put it full choke, cranked a could of times went into half choke. It fired right up, went to no choke and gave it full throttle and she purred like a kitten. Okay it is a line trimmer she roared like a lion but either way it is working great.
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20 of 24 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Trimmer
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Purge Line - 530069216
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers
fuel lines inside gas tank corroded
Two lines going into tank.
Take pictures before you start on which lines go where.
Unscrewed tank and was putting back on in 15 minutes.
Hardest part was getting new line back into tank.
Easy thing was line was already pre cut at angle.
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8 of 8 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Pruner
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Purge Line - 530069216
Purge Bulb - 530047721
Fuel Filter - 530095646
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Sharp knife, Allen wrench
Two Poulan Pro power heads not running
The fuel system disintegrates from the ethanol in gasoline, so I ordered the necessary parts; fuel filter and fuel line, purge line (different size), and a primer bulb, if one is needed.. If the primer bulb is tore, cracked, or makes a whistling sound, replace it first. Get a diagram online if your fuel lines are in pieces, but if they are intact, remove the fuel line from the back of the primer assembly, slowly pull the fuel filter and fuel line out through the fuel fill port. Cut your new fuel line's end at a diagonal, so that you can insert it through the hole in the gas tank. Slowly push enough through until you can grab it from the fuel fill port. Cut off this diagonal piece so that the end is once again square, and install your new fuel filter. Pull the fuel line back enough so the fuel filter is at an appropriate pickup point, I.e., close to the bottom of the tank while running. Cut the fuel line so that it just connects with the primer assembly. Remove the purge line from the primer assembly and use it to cut a new purge line slightly longer, with a diagonal cut on one end. Feed the diagonal end through the tank wall, and connect the other end to the primer assembly. I was able to do my 2 machines from one fuel line and purge line kit.
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9 of 11 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Purge Line - 530069216
Gasket and Diaphragm Kit - 530069844
Fuel Line Fitting - 530023877
Purge Bulb Kit - 530071835
Fuel Filter - 530095646
Repair Difficulty:
Hard
Time Spent Repairing:
More than 2 hours
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, Wrench Set, Needed extended needle nose and curved needle nose
Fuel lines completely rotten and broken
Remove and replace fuel lines. Clean carburetor.

The hardest part was routing the fuel lines through the tank. The lines are larger than the hole, thus creating the seal when installed.
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5 of 5 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Blower
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Purge Line - 530069216
Fuel Filter - 530095646
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers
Fuel line rotted and broke off into fuel tank
You can find plenty of videos on youtube for the basic instructions.
Most of them will tell you to just copy what is already existing, but my fuel line had rotted off and disintegrated so there was nothing to copy.
As best I can tell, the overflow line only needs to be long enough to fit into the tank. You can put as much extra into the tank, but it's not necessary.
I couldn't get a clear answer as to how long the intake fuel line, with filter on the end, should be. I cut it long enough to sit in the lowest part of the fuel tank.
It started right away and I haven't had any problems since.
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5 of 5 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Chain Saw
Parts Used:
Fuel Line - 530069247
Fuel Filter - 530095646
Air Filter - 545057701
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Socket set, scissors, thread+needle, wd40, scrench tool
stalling out Poulan chain saw had pinched fuel line..... other parts were addes to a tune up.
Cut fuel line at an angle. Cut old fuel line at the same angle (Both at same time). Wrap thread around both mating lines and sew with needle a couple times. Lube this joint w/greese. Pull the gas filter out of tank fill hole. Pull the old fuel line until new one is fully enters fuel tank. Put new gas filter on. Install air filter and lost muffler bolt replacement.
Most time spent in tuning the low high and idle screws.......Very tricky
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  • Inexpensive fuel line repair for my Poulan Chainsaw.
    My Poulan Chainsaw fuel line was broken and frayed. You must have a fuel line to get fuel from the fuel tank to the carburater. I simply pulled out the broken fuel line and replaced it with a new line. My chainsaw runs great. Great, product and simple to install.
    Guest - 12 days ago Verified Purchase
    Everything was what I ordered and needed.
    Got here in a timely matter
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    Cart wheels
    At first I though the tires were too big. I even called to complain and the lady was very helpful and I took the tires to check for sizing and they are much better than the original tires. John
    Guest - 25 days ago Verified Purchase
    worked
    gas hose
    Guest - 25 days ago Verified Purchase
    Easy repair
    Simple to replaces old line with new
    Guest - August 16, 2019 Verified Purchase
    easy repair
    the was in great condition
    Guest - August 10, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Easy and worked well
    Good condition
    Guest - August 6, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Chain saw replacement part
    I purchased a replacement gas cap for my chainsaw and it actually fit better than the original one I had that was starting to leak.
    Guest - July 30, 2019 Verified Purchase
    fixed the problem
    received parts timely and they got me back running
    Guest - July 29, 2019 Verified Purchase
    Very smooth.
    Have not yet installed . should go alright.
    Guest - July 1, 2019 Verified Purchase
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    Product Information
    Manufacturer: Poulan, Paramount, Weed Eater, Husqvarna, Jonsered
    Product Number: 530069247
    Classification: Part
    Weight: 0.01 lbs.
    Also Known As: Fuel Tube, Pick-Up Tube, Fuel Hose
    Shipping: Ships Worldwide
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