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  1. Finally can get a good fuel hose and replace both: Thank you guys for your help. Let's keep working on bring my G60 to the streets again. Next step: fix ABS light.
  2. Nice work out here, thou. Thank you guys for the pictures. They will be useful. I will bought the hose directly to VW, because they has stock and I can return to the job this week.
  3. The tank was removed. If don't, you can't access to these lines. So no danger at all (if I finally use a dremel).
  4. Nice @Bauhaus Is just the solution I've been thinking today.
  5. Ok, thank you. I will look around here for a local store where can I buy 1 meter like this (one of the link is too expensive shipping to Spain).
  6. Ok, next week I will work again on that. But if you are saying that could be very hard to cut and it's relatively easy to broke interior hose, I'm thinking about to find another solution that not involves cutting the clip/collar metal. Something like that: Do you think it can obstruct the fuel flow or make the pressure go high? Yes, of course. It's from Heritage Reading
  7. I have had some problems past two years related to the loss of fuel from these hoses and I have to change them to avoid repeat the problem as much as possible. How about cut the hose, not the collar metal and make a merge with the new one using some PVC/Silicone pipe or something?? Do you think is not a good solution?
  8. And what you did with the metal collar I refer in first post?
  9. Thanks. And how about cut here: And make a splice with the new hoses? The length of hoses is strictly necessary be 150mm and 160mm?
  10. Hi, I'm working on fuel hoses replacement. Those ones: I have the replacement (need to cut to 150mm and 160mm): But I don't know how to remove this and after how to mount again: Could you please help me? Is necessary to broke those climps? And how about mount the new ones? I though today was going to be a profitable day but, no, as always. Thanks
  11. I will upload some pictures to have an idea what I have.
  12. Thats because I asked about code colors, to focus only in one and most 'easy' to find.
  13. I have almost all the parts (took me yesrs collecting them). But my seats and panels are different colors, so Inwould like to complete the interior with the right ones (used, of course)
  14. Thanks. But I dont want to dye, I want to buy original parts. Use a dye maybe, but not main objective because is not the same result.
  15. Sorry to rescue the thread. What I need to search in that page? My Corrado doesn't came with beige interior. It's a think I start to do years ago, because I like Tornado Red Corrado combinated with beige interior. I have two or three beige colors. Which of them is most affordable to complete?
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