i have replaced the filler hose and the small vent hose .on my 87 dolphon . and previous 1978 minmax . in both cases the main filler hose was dry rot and craked . gas fumes inside rv could make a boom boom . shure was at the least sickning . no special tools do not use raderater hose gas will eat it out . that is why this neoprene fuel tank hose sold by the inch . not by foot bought mine at napa auto parts . the modern hose is better made . these tanks have drain plugs on the bottom . you need a good size floor jack .to loor the tank up and down . unhook tank unhook hoses from tank . unscrew the screw at the filler pull hoses out . do this job outside if possable . bad gas fumes come out of the tank . i did myn almost up too the outlet did not drain . but the tank was heavy better almost empty .take old hose with you to order most dont stock it. the vent hose is standred gas vent hose . not a big deal on the little one .
So I lost one of the nuts when I was cleaning it. It slipped out of my hands and the wire wheel tossed it somewhere. Are they both the same bolts? The first pic is what the fsm shows, the second is what the dealer ship shows. The bottom pic is 90170-12004 from Toyota parts deal, is that all I need?
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