If you use flexible hose from the hard fuel line to engine etc. 1) ask for 
"Fuel injection" type fuel hose. (Stronger ,better, etc) 2) use a tubing 
flaring tool. And a little ways from the end "swedge a slight bulge to help 
prevent the hose from sliding off.When using a tubing flaring tool, position 
the proper sized die as if you were going to form a double walled 45° flare. 
Stop when the proper sized bulge first appears around the circumference. Clean 
up where the tool grabbed the pipe with a fine tooth file and your fineshed.
  You tube shows the process nicely. Good luck and i hop this helps.Regards, 
Bill Jacobs, Daytona Beach Florida  
 
  
 
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