No.....avoid using fuel line. it has thinner walls then oil line, which means nothing regarding strength, rather because it becomes softer with heat and can kink and close, especially in tight corners.
NAPA sells "Transmission" cooler hose, and JPCycle sells oil line for motorcycles. I have both at home. I'd have to say their all but identical.
If the hose has pre-formed curves, you may still be able to get them from HD and the benefit is they fit like a glove.
For the 3 hoses for my Dyna that I just replaced, (1995 FXD) they were an average of $22 each for the most expensive and $14 for the one.
HD uses special clamps. Unless you have the tool to apply them, yer out of luck.
A great replacement are Fuel Injection hose clamps. Unlike small "radiator" clamps, they don;t dig in and cut the rubber hose, rather, hold it snug 360* and fit better without coming loose. Also available at NAPA, in silver or black.
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2005 E.G. Classic
Baisley Oil spring
Rinehart 3.5" pipes
S&S adj pushrods
3 stickers, adding 5 hp each. I swear......