I have been wondering about the identity of the dull red coating on the entire inner surface of the fuel filler neck hose from an '87 Porsche 944.
anyone know what the coating is or could be?
There’s also a cloth-like outside material on the outside I presume is to prevent chafing.
I can get a rubber hose close to the specs from Fuel Filler Neck Supply on the internet, but I don’t understand the coating/cloth. Oddly, NAPA and AZ are not doing the job for me. I also. Posted on a Porsche site a while ago and got no suggestions.
EDIT: forgot to say that the hose is no longer available from Porsche - perhaps that was evident? A credit to the readers of this thread in any case.
UPDATE : was poking around car talk today, figured I’d update this: the only workable option on the internet that I have found is http://www.fillernecksupply.com/ … I have had to get some test cuts of tubing from them to get a good ID/OD match with the additional inner seals, but the service was very good - I could call and they were helpful, and the shipping was quite good too. The cuts I got are plain rubber - no coatings. looks like I’ll have