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Weeping fuel lines

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Well after about six months of burning B-100, my rubber fuel lines (as predicted) are weeping copious amounts of bio-diesel. I'd like to replace them with synthetic. Anyone ever changed all their fuel lines before? Any advice or instructions would be greatly appreciated.
Just in case anybody is wondering my truck is otherwise running very nicely on 100% bio-diesel which I purchase at the pump of a local gas station. I drive up, fill up, pay up, and drive away with a much cleaner burning fuel that is American grown.:cool2:
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a few more questions

:) Thanks for all the help, gentlemen. I'm going to get at it this weekend, if my schedule allows. A few more questions, if its not too much:
-Is there any hose that needs replacing between the fuel tank and the filter mounted on the fire wall?
-Also, is the same size hose used throughout this job?
-If not, what are the different sizes and where do they go?
-Anyone have a guess as to the total footage I'll need to do the job?
Many thanks!

Awesome, gentlemen. I thank you for your expertise and willingness to help. What a great community this is!:D
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