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Over time I've found that you will use the hose up.It may take awhile though. Last time I bought it I just bought 50' rolls. They are about gone at this point.

So in 25 ft or 50 ft. lengths do you have three or more colors in each size? Or just black and if just black is there any way to label the line as to its use that will not fade? Under my hood I have yellow, blue, green, red, black, and gray lines and I'm sure they are color coded as to purpose.

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The hoses are color coded so that the assembly line workers can quickly mate two assemblies together. I wouldn't worry to much about matching it for repairs being as if it breaks you will be able to find both ends. But by the same token, factory coloring can make troubleshooting easier.


Like Jack said 25ft doesn't last as long as you think. Or the colored tape is a good cost effective solution (could also be used in the same way for wiring repairs).

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It's not good to store a lot of the nylon tubing "just to have it", buy what you need to get the "project done". The stuff is naturally hygroscopic and absorb water just sitting around. That wouldn't be bad except it gets hard and stiff in the process (like the stuff in your truck). I suppose if you rolled the unused stuff and vacuum sealed it it would last longer.

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