Every time I pulled up to the the fuel pump, my fuel filler hose would dribble a little gas as I dumped money into the tank and onto the ground. Eventually the dribble became pretty serious so I had to fix it.
As you can see from the photo, the inside of my fuel filler hose was pretty rotten. Heck, it was likely the original part and nearly 40-years-old. I was thinking I was going to have to cobble something together to replace the preformed hose, but as luck would have it I went to the MTS Company website HERE. Low and behold, MTS had the filler hose I needed. In fact the company has lots of hard-to-find replacement fuel tanks and hoses for many different 4x4s. The install only took about 20 minutes and the hose set me back less than $35. So now I can fill my fuel tank again without worrying about catching on fire.