Moeller Fuel Hose Primer Bulbs are new for 2011 EPA/CARB compliant for low fuel permeation. Moeller squeeze fuel primer bulbs can be used with portable fuel tank hoses. Moeller primer bulbs stay flexible and use spring tensioned check balls to maintain prime and greater fuel flow.
Features gasoline and solvent-resistant construction, stainless steel clamps, and dual internal check valves to ensure a more rapid prime while preventing fuel flow back.
Marine fuel primer bulbs are available in three sizes for 1/4", 5/16" and 3/8" inch fuel hoses.
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For 1/4" fuel line
For 3/8" fuel line
Inboard / Outboard:
I need a 3 gallon tank for Susuke 6hp outboard ????
Find out the size of your fuel line and you can order the appropriate size bulb. I didn't and purchased one too small. The guy helping me tried to force it in and broke one of the tips. Had to order another one the right size. It works fine.
I am using a 3 gallon tank for a 15 hp 4 stroke outboard.The tank came with the motor from the dealer. I dont know where to buy another
I have a 1987 Force 125 HP outboard. Primer bulb on fuel line is shot. Is the Force OEM fuel line 1/4", and will your primer bulb fit in the line?Thanks for a reply
Thanks Steve,,,,,,ordered a 1/4" primer bulb. Fuel line outside diameter is 1/4",,,,not sure what the inside diameter is. Its the same size from the built in fuel tank outlet to the filter and fuel pump.
Be sure both fuel lines are the same sizeMy Yamaha powered pontoon had two different sizes. Onie in one out
Larry,I cannot answer the question about the size of the Force OEM fuel line.I still haven't connected the fuel primer bulb, but it is 3/8 not 1/4., so I wouldn't expect a fit.
Just fine, no ssues
I used this primer bulb to modernize a fuel line asembly from a '95 Suzuki DT6 (connects to portable gas tank). No issues. It is slightly larger but also easier to squeeze than the older bulbs (pre-permeation rules).
LAKE WYLIE, SC
After about 100 hrs useage on my 115 outboard, I had to replace the bulb. The rear check valve malfunctioned by not stopping the gas from flowing back into the tank. At first there was an unsteady idle problem, then when opening up the throtle the engine lost power. A new bulb solved all problems.