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I found out the reason that I've got a big pool of gas under my bike. I seems it has something to do w/the leak in the fuel system. Imagine! Well it seems the problem is this line leading out of the cutoff valve to I-don't-know-where (strangely, there are 2 lines going out of the cutoff valve. One to one of the engines, and this one). Oddly enough I can't find anything in my Clymer manual telling me what to replace them w/. Can anyone tell me? It's also got these little metal clamps wrapped around them.
 

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You can get fuel line at any automotive supply store. Make sure you get the proper interior diameter (ID) hose. It will help if you can bring in a piece of the old one.

Most factory hose clamps can be replaced with standard aviator clamps.
 

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Well in this country we have this store called "Canadian Tire". They wouldn't know a hose from a hoser there. I can bring the old one in, but can you give me any guidance on getting the right one?

Aviator clamps? That doesn't sound all that basic a part. Is it more widely available than it sounds?
 
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