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filler neck hose for main gas tank

hey all. I'm looking for the filler neck hose for the main fuel tank on a 1978 ford f-250. Anyone know where i might be able to find one? Or are there any parts from other gm cars that can fit the bill?

Thanks if you can help.

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I've used marine fuel hose successfully before. West Marine and Defender sells it.
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thanks blues man. it seems that this type of filler neck hose is not being produced anymore for the truck.
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I've used marine fuel hose successfully before. West Marine and Defender sells it.
Ayuh,....

My local Napa carries a pretty good selection,+ can usually get what they don't have in a day...

The wire-bound Marine stuff can take Quite a bend,...
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The wire-bound Marine stuff can take quite a bend,...
The corrugated stuff can, the straight stuff doesn't like to bend at all.

Good to know NAPA can get it, I suppose marine products are more expensive than car type things.
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+1 on the NAPA. Just don't use radiator hose despite how tempting it is. Ask me how I know
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