|We now have the improved fuel vent lines approved for many additional Cessna 150, 172, and 175 series aircraft. Parts ending with a “K” suffix indicate the inclusion of a rubber grommet, p/n MS3548-14, and hose, p/n MCS1495-8.|
I bought mine from another source, and paid 2x. Buy hi, sell low, hey im a pilot. This thing is easy to install. U do have to pull the tank cover, and the inspection covers around the strut. One B nut at the tank and one small adell where it exits the lower wing skin. Put the new one up inside the wing, then get the exit out the lower skin, then the B nut at the tank. A little fiddling, but took me 20 minutes. Hardest part of the entire job is dealing with the rusty screws for the tank cover. Soak in penetrating oil the day before, and order your stainless tank fastener kit first. If u do this you will be done in an hour or two. DOESNT DRIBBLE ANYMORE.