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Where does everyone do their part ordering? I have been trying to find a reliable site online for ordering parts, with no luck really.

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I'm sure it's a mix of online and local sources you'll hear about. You're apt to hear more about the onlie finds. What are you looking for?

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I'am trying to get the proper fuel line at the moment, but just looking for a more reliable source for the future.

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Lots of free shipping places on ebay. I have a few vendors on there for common stuff. I like Jackssmallengines.com for parts lookup and sometimes order from them if it's hard to find. They are a OK on prices but stiff you somewhat on shipping.



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It might depend on the brand of machine you're looking for. Not knowing which brand you have, here's a couple that are mentioned fairly often.

Lawn Mower Parts | Small Engine Parts - Jacks Small Engines

https://www.partstree.com/parts/

This place is exceptional for Honda parts, and they also list Yamaha outdoor power equipment. Scroll the page down below the picture of the boat until you see the Parts listed by brand.

Boats.net: Outboard Motors, OEM Marine Parts, Boats for Sale

Might be able to find the fuel line you need on amazon.




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Thanks! I think I found it on Amazon. I like to 100 percent sure before I buy, so I don't waste the time waiting for it to ship. I did find what I was looking for on Amazon.

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You can also try Primeline ( PrimeŽLine Power Equipment | Parts that works as hard as you do ) and if you find it there enter the part number at Oreilly ( Home Page | O'Reilly Auto Parts ) to see if it's available and price. Nice thing about going through Oreilly is there might be a warranty and it's local. Almost anything Primeline they have to order in but it's usually same day or next day.

I also use Ebay a lot and so far, so good.

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Thanks! I think I found it on Amazon. I like to 100 percent sure before I buy, so I don't waste the time waiting for it to ship. I did find what I was looking for on Amazon.

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Our household got an Amazon Prime account a couple years ago and have never looked back. With the 4 of us using it I swear we get a package nearly every day. For semi generic stuff like fuel line or a spool of pull starter rope...Amazon for sure. By the way I just reordered a second roll of this fuel line. The outside diameter is a bit small for the standard spring clamp, but it's advertised as low temperature, and I've used it on a couple of snowblowers. The color worked well for the Yamaha that we just sold.


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Thanks! I use Amazon Prime as much as I can for the free shipping, but always a little cautious to make sure that I'm getting the right parts. I've used Ebay a few times, and had good luck. Shipping is really what kills the deal a lot.

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