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All: Just having replaced all filters for the season I found that the fuel line from the pump to the secondary (spin on ) filter is in need of replacement. They all probably should be replaced actually. One end is a brass fitting with the hose crimped on fitting while the others have brass fittings (fine pipe threading?) on both ends. If I remeber the lines can be made by the right shop. Nobody seems to stock generic equivalents so will a good marine engine shop be able to make them? Thanks!
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Yes, or any shop that works on either commercial trucks or hydraulics should be able to help as well. Will be less expensive than a marine shop as well.

Take the old lines to them and they should be able to duplicate them. Label them as to location.

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When we replaced the supply and return lines on our M25XP, I found that the factory had installed copper from the tank to the filters and a hose was used for the return.
I replaced both with new USCG-approved fuel hose. All fittings are nowadays barbs with clamps.
(The original copper had narrowed up inside over the years like a bad artery.)

No problems since.

I also changed the threaded fittings on the Racor and the tank exits.

Parts should be at any industrial hose supplier that deals in fuel and hydraulic products.

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