I've noticed on my Tiger Cub, there are places where fuel lines, hydraulic lines, and wrapped wiring are secured together using skinny plastic wire ties, fairly tight in some areas. And in certain places, the wire ties hold the fuel line in a 90 degree bend. Is this going to be a problem in the long run? Reason I ask is, I once used wire ties on my truck to secure some wiring to the rubberized A/C refrigerant lines this same way... and after a few months of heat and vibration, those skinny wire ties started to literally cut into the rubber lines. Obviously this would be bad news if the same thing happens on the Scag fuel lines, and based on that prior experience it looks like it's a leak waiting to happen given enough time, heat, and vibration. I'm thinking about encasing those areas in 1" split heater hose to preserve the routing, and then snipping the wire ties, but I'm leery of doing this on a brand new machine. Can I just not worry about this and leave it as-is? Do older machines have this same wire-tie setup with no resulting problems?