I am first to admit, I am not the best records keeper. A few years back, I did replace my fuel filter. However, I cannot recall for sure if I replaced the hose that I suspect has failed. If I did in fact replace the hose, with the proper submersion type hose, how long should it last? We hear frequently how potent the corn squeezin's fuel we are stuck with nowadays is potent to fuel lines. Just curious, I haven't started the repair process yet.Looks like this is the year of bad in-tank hose failure. I tried taking the bike out of hibernation this morning and I could here the cavitation. Sure enough, it's gurgling pretty good. So now I have another project.