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|85 Southwind P30 Fuel Line replacement||Ken||1-24-03|
|I need to replace the fuel line that feeds by generator. The fuel line appears to trace back to the top of the fuel tank. Trying to find out if I have to drop the fuel tank to replace this fuel line. The tank fits flush with the frame rails so it is hard to get a good look at it.|
|Re: 85 Southwind P30 Fuel Line replacement||Ken||1-25-03|
|Joe and Gary, Thanks for the info.|
|Re: 85 Southwind P30 Fuel Line replacement||Joe||1-24-03|
|I'm sure you will have to at least lower the tank to replace the fuel line.|
|Re: 85 Southwind P30 Fuel Line replacement||Gary||1-25-03|
I have a 1985 P-30 chassis motorhome that I am refurbishing. I had to drop the tank to recondition/reline it. Everything you will be concerned with should be on the top of the tank to the rear. On my unit, from the rear, I was able to sit under it, loosen the hoses, etc. before I lowered the tank. The tank I have is a 98 gallon capacity and everything was within arm's reach. You very well may find that if you trace the correct hose, all you have to do is take it loose at the tank connection on top of the tank. Take care and good luck.
|Re: 85 Southwind P30 Fuel Line replacement||Dean||1-27-03|
|I have a 83 on a P30 chassis. Just finished the same job. Found it easy to use a floor jack under the tank, loosen the retaining straps till almost off and then had room to go in over the top for the fix. The frame kept the tank centered and after the fix, I simply jacked the tank back in place to tighten the straps.|