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ECHO Fuel Line Repower Kit


Fuel Line Repower Kit

$14.98 /each

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Product Overview

This fuel line repower kit comes with purge bulb, and is available in convenient packaging. It is a genuine ECHO replacement part. It is used on the GT-225, GT-225i, PE-225, PAS-225, SRM-225, SRM-225I, SRM-225SB and the SRM-225U.

  • A replacement part for the GT-225, GT-225i, PE-225, PAS-225, SRM-225, SRM-225I, SRM-225SB and the SRM-225U
  • Kit includes the fuel line grommets, fuel filter vent, fuel cap gasket and purge bulb
  • Product is regulated for use with off-road engines and equipment under EPA 40 CFR Part 1060 and must be used on engines/equipment built after 1/1/2012
  • Item is a genuine ECHO replacement part

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I use this on my srm210 trimmer?

Asked by: caw
Yes, I just installed it on mine. The gas filter and the tube length below the grommet is essentially the same. The tube lengths above the grommet are a little longer. and the order of the tubes in the holes was different. I was unable to remove my tank - stripped the head on one screw. I was able to replace it with everything intact. I place the trimmer up on a work bench so I could see and work better. Take note of where each tube goes. The old set up pulled out easily. I oriented the new grommet so the yellow drain tube and black intake tube were under where they connected. This was yellow the outside, black to the inside and vent to the back. The grommet is very difficult to push in. I sprayed it with WD40. I got the back edge pushed in and then keeping pressure on the grommet, I used an old very smooth flat screwdriver to work the grommet edges in. Since the tubes were a little long I carefully trimmed them back until I had a little slack but no kinks. Probably 1/4 - 3/8 inch. The vent tube is also a little long but since the vent is wired on and there were no kinks, I did not trim it and just put the vent in its little pocket. This worked for my particular version. I can't say it will work for all SRM 210 versions. I did not use the bulb or gasket (yet).
Answered by: RobM
Date published: 2016-10-12

will this kit work on a SRM230 weed eater

will this kit work on a SRM230 weed eater
Asked by: leon
No, I tried, this kit does not fit on the SRM230. I wasted $19. The vent line is too short and the fuel tank grommet is too small. You need the Part #90104 as previously mentioned.
Answered by: PeteAZ
Date published: 2017-04-13

Will this fit an older model...such as the ES-210 blower?

Asked by: Scott
It did in fact work. Installed and working just fine.
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2016-04-29

will this work for my blower---PB2100.........the gromlet is rotten and leaks

Asked by: ed47
I bought this from HD and installed it on my PB 2100 (SN over 800000) today. Fits perfectly despite Echo not listing it for this application. Mark
Answered by: hookedon210s
Date published: 2017-04-19
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Customer Reviews

Fuel Line Repower Kit is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had a leaking fuel line. I thought it was time to replace all the lines as well since I use r... I had a leaking fuel line. I thought it was time to replace all the lines as well since I use regular 10% ethanol gasoline in my fuel gas mixture. Easy to replace and nice to have all necessary parts in the kit.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Kit for my Echo SRM 225 Excellent kit that makes changing your fuel lines, priming bulb, fuel filter and gas cap gasket on your Echo equipment a no brainer. After 3 seasons with my Echo SRM-225 trimmer, all of my hoses and priming bulb were discolored. What was especially bad was the grommet that sits on the tank that houses the 3 hoses. After inspecting it closely, I could tell that it was time to be replaced as there were cracks in it (like it had dry rotted). It also had a sticky feel to it. For what you get, I feel that this kit is reasonably priced. It appears to be the exact OEM parts that came with the trimmer. The trickiest part for me was seating the new grommet on the tank as it is a tight fit, but with a little effort and patience, I was able to install it.
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Echo Echo Echo This little kit is great bc it allows you to do a minor tune up and fix the most common trouble areas on an Echo trimmer. I would definitely recommend this product to a friend.
Date published: 2016-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More Than Adequate For My Echo GT-200R Even though this kit is not meant for the Echo GT200R, it can easily be adapted for use. Home Depot is nearby, and I did not want to wait and order the specific part I needed online. I dismantled the new assembly and used only what I needed, which is the grommet and saved the other parts. I noted the positioning of the tubing before starting work – photographing it in case I forget or become confused. As long as you do not have gigantic hands, grommet replacement can be performed without having to remove the tank and without having to disconnect the fuel lines from the engine. A Popsicle stick is a must for grommet removal and installation. A work bench will make doing this work easier and cleaner. On my GT-200R trimmer, I pulled out the yellow (return) tubing from the cracked and leaky grommet to facilitate its removal. The yellow tubing will retain the indentation from sitting compressed by the old grommet. The indentation will allow the yellow tubing to snap into place in the new grommet. Use the Popsicle stick to help nudge and pop the old grommet out of the tank. After removing the old grommet, I noted the lengths of how the two remaining tubing project into the tank. The black (vent) tubing, with the white one-way valve at one end, pulls off the old grommet easily. The black (feed) tubing needs removal of the fuel filter first before the tubing can be completely pulled off the old grommet. (Tip: Use the long edge of the Popsicle stick to slip the retainer ring off the tip of the tubing.) Coat the new grommet with your 2-cycle oil and slip the three tubing into place, but slip and insert the yellow tubing last. To attach the fuel filter to the black (feed) tubing, first slip the retainer ring onto the tubing near the tip, then slip the tubing together with the retainer ring simultaneously over the barb of the fuel filter outlet. Adjust the lengths of the three tubing to their position before inserting the new grommet assembly into the tank. To install the new grommet, push down and slip one side of the grommet into the tank hole. While continuing to push down on the grommet, use the Popsicle stick to nudge and coax the side of the grommet that is sticking out into the hole on the tank. After the successfully seating the new grommet, use the Popsicle stick to nudge and help rotate the grommet into its final position, if necessary.
Date published: 2016-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect replacement The echo fuel line replacement kit resolved a no start issue on my 12 year old Echo leaf blower/vac. Original components had deteriorated due to age and no longer allowed pressurization of the fuel system. Worked perfectly.
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great I spend half a day trying to push the grommet and it was annoying, so I took out the gas tank and I put in fast. I push one side of the grommet in and having my father pushing with his thumb, while I with a screwdriver was pushing the sides to finally put it in.
Date published: 2016-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solved the problem My string trimmer had become difficult to start. I purchased this re-power kit to replace the fuel line it went right in and fit well into the gas tank. Trimmer starts right up again!
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fuel line replacement kit Worked great. I lubricated the gasket with a little 3:1, had the trimmer flat on the workbench and pressed it in evenly with a large flat head. Went in pretty easily.
Date published: 2016-09-13
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