You don't need any special tools to remove the tubing. Only a flathead screw driver to remove the clamps and possibly a pair of pliers to pull the hose off of the nipple. (It's better to use "Soft Jaw" pliers to avoid damaging the hose. But if you entend on replacing the hose anyway, don't worry about it)
I can't find a price for the tubing. But it shouldn't be more than $10-$20 bucks.
Saturday, March 6th, 2010 AT 7:29 PM