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    Change fuel lines or not?

    I have a 1995 WaveRaider 1100. Would it be recommeneded to change out all the fuel lines in the ski itself? Nothing leaks today, and everything works.

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    Re: Change fuel lines or not?

    I rarely ever change out Yamaha oem lines. They are very high quality.
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    Re: Change fuel lines or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by billymild View Post
    Would it be recommeneded to change out all the fuel lines in the ski itself?.
    Only if your looking to have problems.

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    Re: Change fuel lines or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by myself View Post
    i rarely ever change out yamaha oem lines. They are very high quality.
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    Re: Change fuel lines or not?

    Only lines to change are those nasty gray Sea-Doo lines that clog the carb filter then lean seize the engine.

    The OEM Yamaha lines are very nice... wish I could find it in a bulk roll.
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    Re: Change fuel lines or not?

    If your worried about it you can always put a fuel filter right by the carbs. Keep an eye on it and if you see junk in the filter its time to change the lines.

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    Re: Change fuel lines or not?

    and add more fuel restriction to a already weak system.

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    Re: Change fuel lines or not?

    Obviously a lot of you don't live in dry hot climates. Yes, here in AZ we change fuel lines out. They eventually become hard as a rock and brittle.
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