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The assembly is just as likely to leak at the screw-in barb to tank flange connection, as at the hose to barb connection.
Properly installed, the problem is usually getting the hose off the barb (as said, you cut it).
I''m not as afraid of ''5200''as some, but wouldn''t use it here.
General caution: Anytime you deem a part expendable, make certain you HAVE it''s replacement (not "can get" it).