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Old 10-29-2003, 02:09 PM   #1
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My vacuum lines are in horrible shape. I was wondering if anyone knows the sizes I need to get to replace all of them? I need to know the diameter, not length
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no one knows, Okie dokie I will asks my local parts man. Thanks Anyway
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best way to go about it is to remove the line and bring it in the autozone. or just by a couple feet of each since they are cheap anyway
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I was looking into buying colored ones to fancy up the engine area more. I have one of the lines thats really dry-rotted. There in need of fixing. I guess I could take my car to autozone to get then to help me get the size.
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Did you try Hose techniques. Maybe they can make a kit for the Bonneville if they dont have one already.

http://www.hosetechniques.com/
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