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Any diameter larger than 1/4 inch will do the job.
Most off the shelf assemblies are 5/16 inch lines.

Old fuel solutions:

Additives
Use in Lawn mower
Dilution of old fuel in tanks of new fuel
Hazardous waste disposal at County run location

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My 5 hp Nissan makes a tank of fuel last a long long time.
Even though it only holds 3.5 gallons, I still went 8 plus months
between fill ups. I wonder why so many others are having fuel
contamination problems. Is it the fact that they are 2 stroke,
and are mixing oil in? Are their boats being stored outside,
and rainwater is leaking in the deck fill fittings or vents in the tank caps?
Loose hose connection on the underside of a deck fill fitting maybe?
Temperature changes and condensation caused by tank material?
I'm using E10 gasoline from a local convenience store.
Is it possible the gas itself was "wet" when purchased, and separated after they got home?
Just curious why I'm not getting the E10 separation syndrome like so many others...yet.  :-?

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