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Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: PACIFIC N.W.
Good job on the floats.
Is it the pipe that's leaking or the gasket? Is there a pipe on your old motor to use? Or does it need a gasket? You could make a new gasket. Or some gasket maker like non hardening Permatex. You could use silicone but not all are compatible with oil. Use any sealer sparingly so it doesn't plug part of the passage.
Your fuel hose may be generic hose, available at most auto or cycle shops. Take your old hose as a sample. Be sure it's rated for gas, not vacuum hose.
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