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Old 03-20-2010
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Replacing O rings

Hey guys... question. I think i've pinpointed the smell of gas when i accelerate to bad o rings... how hard of a job is it to replace them? Has anyone done it before? Im tossing around the idea of conquering the task tomorrow and wanted to get some insite first.

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Old 03-21-2010
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not really ,, just use some atf fluid to lubricate the o-ring and steel shaft of fuel line
and take your time
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