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    Mercury 2004 225 EFI

    What is a cheaper alternative for the Starboard and Port bleed tubing . Mercury is kind of steep for 39 inches of tubing ?
    Where kind you get some tubing from .
    Thx

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    No one used any other type tubing on there motor.

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    I've seen ppl use Tygon tubing available at most small engine repair shops. Different colors available and it looks pretty cool.

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    http://parts.promarineusa.com/produc.../30/250/1245/1

    Pro marine has the regular bleed line and Tygon. If ya use the tygon, install small zip ties to the ends, or it can possibly blow off. The tygon is much softer than the factory bleed hose. It looks good though and can see what’s going on, and you can get more trick with the different color ties.

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    Thx to every one . That a big help .

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    Napa h-174

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    Thanks Chaz ....looked on ProMarine ...and there site ,does has any .
    Thx Richard

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    home depot here sells a orange micro fuel line , 10 foot roll about 5 bucks
    hardware stores usually have tygon fuel line
    both ethanol resistant

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiChavis View Post
    Thanks Chaz ....looked on ProMarine ...and there site ,does has any .
    Thx Richard
    Napa is NOT the part number at Pro Marine ... Drive down the street anytown USA till you find one of these .. go inside ask for H-174


    Chaz= thinking 1/8" I.D. double wall fiber reinforced EFI / oil , heat / pressure compatible hose makes tygon look like it belongs back in the goldfish aquarium.


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    Got it Chaz Looks to be the same as Mercury hose . H-174

    Thx Richard

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