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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-14-2009, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Poulan Pro Gas Trimmer Fuel Primer Bulb Line Routing Question - See Diagram

Hey folks, newb here. So for my first post, I was hoping that someone can confirm or deny my routing diagram for hooking up the fuel lines properly. I inherited this weed trimmer from my brother as it had been sitting for years since he didn't know what was wrong with it. So as I started taking things apart the fuel lines litterally crumbled into my hands all over my workbench so I didn't know what went where!! Also the fuel tank had all kinds of gunk in it. So I ordered all new parts parts, i.e. fuel filter, spark plug, fuel tank and lines from MTD/Poulan to get this going. I really hope I can get it to work becuse the unit looks like it has never been used.

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CLick on the image a couple of time to to view a larger size!
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Well, after trimming a 3/4 acre lot, it must be right!

Hopefully, this diagram will help someone else...
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-13-2009, 07:49 PM
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Thanks , I was looking for this I have a craftsman which is really the same as a poulan.
My few lines to disentegrated . This image will help Thankyou
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My story is exactly as the first entry of this tread is (i.e., I started looking at what the problem could be with my weedeater failing to start and all of the fuel lines just disintegrated before getting into the machine). As a result I had no clue where any of the lines connected, nor did I realize there are two lines into/out of the fuel tank.

This information is fantastic information! I really appreciate the diagram (I've been on the net for days looking for this very thing without any luck). Last night I put my weedeater together with blind logic, and this diagram will confirm if I was on track. Thanks much for taking the time to draw this out and place it on-line.
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Well, after trimming a 3/4 acre lot, it must be right!

Hopefully, this diagram will help someone else...
It sure helped me, Checkmate...about a year after it helped Hubs..thanks much
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Thank you so much. worked as diagramed. Had hooked it up wrong because the lines had broken. Fuel line packet available at Lowes
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Do you still have the digram for the poulan 446 pro fuel line connections!!
I have the same problem you had!!
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Do you still have the digram for the poulan 446 pro fuel line connections!!
I have the same problem you had!!
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Go up to the first post and double click on the routing image. Have a good one. Geo
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This details is amazing information! I really appreciate the plan (I've been on the net for times looking for this very factor without any luck). Yesterday I put my weedeater together with sightless reasoning, and this plan will validate if I was on monitor. Thanks much for making the effort to sketch this out and position it on-line. . . . .

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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-17-2013, 09:37 PM
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It gets more interesting when the nipples all get same size and length as well as carb fittings the same too. You get to trace down fuel passages then but still a piece of cake. I cut another fuel tank hole after blanking the one off right under throttle linkage on my 2150, the linkage kept snagging the purge line.
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I really appreciate the info I won't know until tomorrow morning if it works but it looks good on paper, thank you
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