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I hope it work for you. I tried the Sharpie first but did not work for me, that's why I went out and got the tools. The Sharpie seems to fit inside the hose OK, just too soft and keep bending.Blue_Water_Rush said:OK, i think i'll have it licked this time. I took the cap of a Sharpie marker, and the open end is about 1/2" in diameter. The closed end tapers to a dull point. I snipped off the clip, then shaved it flat with a utility knife. Then I cut the tip off at a spot that yielded a 3/8" diameter, then I sliced it down the length in order to be able to open it up and wrap it around the fuel line. Because the wider diameter is 1/2", it should clear the bulge in the line and where it tapers down to 3/8" will be on the connector side of the line, so hopefully it should just slide right into the hole (no K/Y needed). I won't get to try it out until tomorrow after work. If I have success, I will post to that effect.