Replaced my several months ago. NAPA has it. It is just a generic fuel hose. You will need to know the diameter and it is for fuel, not just a rubber hose. You will probably have to cut it to length.
It is time to purchase new tread for the C. Been shopping around at prices and it seems I need to make a decision first. So, I thought I would throw it out and get input....here it is:
It appears the option is to go with a higher priced assuming higher quality tire or go with a lower priced, possibly lower quality tire. Remember putting this on a Motorhome C-Class. The thought is that if you won't really wear the tread off of them and will have to change them in 5 years anyway why spend the money on the higher priced tires to watch them rot on the axles?
There is absolutely no reason to be spending $1000 to replace the fuel pump in these rigs. I did mine today, by myself, and the cost was $150 for the new pump.
It seems like a huge task, but take your time and really it's disconnect a few fuel lines, return lines, and fill lines, unbolt 6 bolts and pull the tank out. Installing new pump is easy and then reverse.
As the OP outlined, I thought I had all the fuel out and my gauge was below empty, but I still siphoned 10 gallons of fuel out after I pulled it from under the rig.
Really no big deal, just a lot of working on your back on the ground under the rig.
We use the canister behind the sink....works fine. We have also added wire baskets to the walls around the sink to hold items as well as above the door. Above the door we keep the umbrellas, flashlights, and dog leash.
The more I think about it, I'm probably going to drop the tank, but others have posted the access hole method so I have to think about it. One guy had to replace his pump 3 times; so, the access hole was an easy thing for him.
Thanks for the input and I'll let you know how I fair.
Great write-up. Unfortunately, I'm getting ready to follow your path and replace the pump in mine.
I was thinking of cutting a hole under the bed to gain access without removing the tank. Having seen how things work, would I be able to disconnect things and pull the pump out?
Your write-up doesn't sound to hard to pull the tank, but thought since I could conceal the hole, could be an easier option.