1995 Tahoe 4 door filler hose

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  1. rabbiporkchop

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    I just discovered fuel leaking every time I top off my tank.
    I was wondering if anybody has part numbers for the hoses that I'll need for the four door to replace the filler hose and the vent hose connected to the fuel tank. I'm also open to using some sort of universal hose if it's impervious to methanol.
    I'm not quite sure what my options are.
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    The dealer part seems to be unavailable.
    I got a rubber hose on mine and I just stumbled across this metal tube that looks just like my rubber hose.
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    All the auto parts stores are telling me that this part is unavailable.
    I figured I would share the link in case anybody else runs across this problem.
    Here is the upper filler neck.
    http://www.fillernecksupply.com/199...1998-1999-escalade-fuel-filler-neck-15712148/
    Here is the lower filler neck.
    http://www.fillernecksupply.com/199...filler-neck-pipe-tube-jlcgm117-gm117-fngm117/
    It looks like the big hose is 2 inches and the small vent hose is 5/8 inch
     
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    Same thing happened to our 1999 last winter. I also could not find the GM part. An aftermarket one was put in and it worked quite well.
     
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    Who did you buy the part from?
    Mine is all rubber from the tank to the filler neck. All I see available is this all metal tube for $140.00.
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    I didn’t buy it unfortunately. It was my dad’s truck and he got the repair done at a shop. I know with certainty that it was not a factory GM/AC Delco part as it was a Goodyear service center and they use aftermarket, some good some bad. I remember looking up the part number that was on the receipt and it was aftermarket, probably the same as the one in your link. We’ve now owned four of these trucks and this time we are sticking with all genuine parts. Did you check RockAuto to see if the factory part number is listed?


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    Try these part numbers, the genuine one might be tough to find...

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    I yanked a used lower filler neck tube from a wrecking yard.
     
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    Oh, nice find. No more leaks?
     
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    It looks like I got it sealed up pretty good. I grabbed a lower filler neck assembly from a 96 Tahoe. The nipple coming off my 95 fuel tank was three quarter inch and the nipple coming off the lower fuel neck was 5/8 inch. I ended up scrounging up a three-quarter inch hose and cinching it down really tight on the 5/8 nipple and it seems like it is sealed up pretty good. It looks like the upper filler neck assemblies are different between 95 and 96 but I ended up making it work. It would probably be best if I replace the upper filler neck assembly from the same 96 model that I got the lower filler neck from.
     
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    I found both halves on line (cant remember where) for my 99. Coated them in POR15 and swapped them out. Mine wasn't leaking but it was a few months away from completely falling apart, it was that rusty.
     

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