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      When I restored my Tiger I found the fuel lines plugged with dirt and other junk from the old gasoline.

      I took a piece of weed eater string and chucked one end in my electric drilll. I then started to feed the other end into the gas lines while running the drill motor at a medium speed. The weed eater string cleaned out the lines without damaging the inside of them, and was flexible enough to make it around corners and bends in the lines.

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      Yes, but you still need to “blow” the line out with compressed air, I don’t really see the purpose of all that additional work? If one can’t blow all the junk out with compressed air, one usually replaces the line with a new one? Right?

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