Poulan chainsaw fuel line?
I spent the after noon helping brother-in-law clear some blown down trees in his back yard. His saw (Poulan) wouldn't hit a lick, had spark but wouldn't start. I cut most everything up for him with my saw and volunteered to fix his since he's mechanically challenged.
I brought it home and in the light of the shop immediately saw the problem. The fuel line had turned brittle and was broken into a 3 or 4 pieces so no fuel could get to the carb. This happened to my saw a few yrs. ago and I bought some replacement fuel line from a small engine repair shop. Is the clear stuff they sell at Home Cheapo a decent replacement? The stuff I bought from the shop looked very similar. I'd like to fix it tomorrow and be done with it rather than wait 'til Mon when the "real" shops are open.
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