McCulloch Trimmer and Chainsaw Vent Pipe

Stock Number: ES1082624

Manufactured by McCulloch

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (15 customers)

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Vent Pipe

If the vent pipe for your garden machine has become torn, don't worry as eSpares may be able to help! We have the genuine vent pipe that once fitted to your appliance will help you with any job you are doing using the Grass trimmer. Don't stop work out of frustration as eSpares may just have the part you need to get going again.

Genuine spare part for select models of Flymo grass trimmers

Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

Product Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 (15 customers)
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  • Just what I needed

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    By - perth scotland

    This little bit of pipe fits great. It was easy to replace and works great. If replacing it make sure you cut the end of the pipe on a slant so it makes the pipe easier to fit through the hole in the tank then with long nose pliers pull the pipe out the tank filler and cut the end straight.
  • Tricky to fit but worth it

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    Bought both small and larger pipe. Neither was easy. The small pipe was very tricky to fit, both getting through into the tank, and even more getting onto the fixed metal pipe. Using pliers bent the pipe out of shape, and cutting at an angle made it too weak. (Note: I didn't dismantle anything first, which might have made it easier). My advice - persevere! Some reviews have mentioned the high cost but I think a repair for £20 is better than a new machine for £150.
  • Fuel Pipe

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    By - North Wales

    Exactly the pipe required and easy to fit into the petrol tank through the wall but expensive for a few centimetres of plastic pipe

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  • Q What is the diameter of the pipe in mm please? 1 Answer

    By Will - Cwmbran - 08 June 2011

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      Hi Will, the outer diameter of the pipe (including the plastic piping) is 5mm. The diameter of the space the fuel runs through is 2mm.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 21 June 2011

  • Q Do you supply metal coupling for the fuel pipe, same diameter as the fuel pipe? 1 Answer

    My large fuel pipe has a split in it, is it possible to cut the fuel pipe where the split is, and reconnect it with a metal coupling as it appears to be mouled to the fuel tank so I don't think the fuel pipe can be replaced.

    By Lindsey1 - Hockley, Essex - 03 May 2010

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      Please speak to a technician for support on the problems with your appliance as we cannot give technical advice. Hopefully we can then help you replace any parts if you give us your model details.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 22 June 2010

  • Q how do you pass fuel pipe through tank wall as i am having problems with this 1 Answer

    problem is the hole in the tank appears smaller than fuel pipe diameter making it difficult

    By Brummie766 - Bideford - 25 April 2010

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      Unfortunately we cannot provide fitting instructions for this part. Please contact a technician for support.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 21 June 2010

  • Q Do I need both large and small pipes for MAC335 1 Answer

    Also is there a diagram to show where they fit as there are many options as to which ends go where. The pipes on my mac have completely gone so I don't know which is the correct way to fit them

    By bigste - spain - 31 August 2009

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      cut end into tank flat cut onto feed into cilinder

      By jeff3 - neath - 29 October 2009

  • Q Can you use the larger sized pipe for both lines 1 Answer

    By Tommy76 - 05 August 2009

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      No you cannot use the large pipe for both lines, there is a small pipe also available here:

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 03 June 2010