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Think Green
10-03-2010, 03:36 PM
Is anyone converting their fuel lines over?
I know there are pro's and con's to converting fuel lines out with this stuff and having no way to convert out diaphragms on small 2 cycle and 4 cycle equipment. Just curious if anyone is doing it yet.

dboyd351
10-03-2010, 09:05 PM
Haven't heard of Tygothane fuel lines. Are they being used to resist ethanol or for some other reason?

Think Green
11-06-2010, 07:28 PM
351,
My dealer showed me this new clear fuel line that comes in all the standard sizes. It is fuel, ethanol, and most corrosive solvents of liquids.
You can google the tygothane product and read for yourself as to the uses.
The only drawback is Stihl's own patented fuel line system. I wonder about all the diaphrams that aren't changeable.