Re: Internal fuel lines - Beemer Boneyard
I just installed my kit last evening, new fuel filter and the hoses. I used one of them, marking out about where I wanted to trim the ends and then gave it a bit extra to allow it to bow out a bit more. You have lots of room on the long metal part that is on the downstream side of the filter and it flexes a bit to reduce tension on the corrugated portion. As said, I also used a small piece of fuel line from the extra length I had left over for doing the external lines. This is the second set I got from BB...the first set was on my R for four years and I changed filters every couple of years, seemed fine. I don't actually know why the two short straight pieces were in the kit, though, unless they were for the upstream rubber hose into the filter...they do give you an abundance of clamps, too, lol.
Funny, just realized I didn't get the screen filter with my kit and my pump had one on it, although it looked fine. Good luck, Kirk's video is all the help you need, and I had a strap wrench that worked easily, too.
Oklahoma City, OK. 2003 K1200 LT. "Remember men, if the women don't find ya handsome, at least let 'em find ya handy." Red Green