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I can not buy new or reproduction fuel filler neck hoses for my 1979 Chevy short stepside pickup.
They are age cracked, leak during fill-up , and smell of fumes when parked .
A very tight, quick double S deletes straight generic fuel hose as a possibility.
My idea to improvise a repair is to get some flexible aluminum tubing at Home Depot. ( much like the dryer vent tubing ).
Do youall happen to know how gasoline will react with aluminum ?
Will it leach something from the aluminum that will remain in the fuel supply ?
Will it eat through in short order ?
Do youall have other ''alternate repair'' ideas. ?