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post #11 of 46 (permalink) Old 02-02-2018, 06:25 PM
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Those are GEN-U-INE CPC fittings...I just think you were trash talking my 312R and she left you stranded....
I was riding her just like you would want me to... which is slightly quicker than Andrew wanted me to ride his F3 Ago...

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i know we are talking fittings, but anyone have access to front wheel spacers for the F4R axle?
Get a hold of Arthur... he may be able to hook you up with that.



As far as the fittings, I can reach out to my John Guest Rep and see what he can find out for me.

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I might ask if you can find anything for those fittings. The ones on the tank are easy, but the one that broke is the plastic part that attaches to the fuel rail. thanks in advance.

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As far as the fittings, I can reach out to my John Guest Rep and see what he can find out for me.
Any news Curtis ????

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I might ask if you can find anything for those fittings. The ones on the tank are easy, but the one that broke is the plastic part that attaches to the fuel rail. thanks in advance.
Chris;
In your 1st post you wanted metal CPC fuel line fittings, now it's the plastic John Guest fittings on the fuel rail

So which is it?


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Noel,

The short answer is both! I have the fuel fittings coming from Alex at GP, and i am also looking for the fuel rail JG fittings as one of the tabs broke.

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Rear brake pumps as in the rear brake master cylinder? Still have the fuel pump and hoses but sold the front spacers.
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@Draginknee: C'mon Curtis! If you can source the JG fittings, you would be the HERO of the MV world! (Well, at least MY MV world....)

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You would be Curtis. It is amazing how hard it is to find those pieces. I could buy a entire hose setup for $160, when all we need is that stupid plastic piece on the end!

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@Draginknee: C'mon Curtis! If you can source the JG fittings, you would be the HERO of the MV world! (Well, at least MY MV world....)
So I am not completely understanding the importance of having the identical fitting to the fuel rail as came stock. If the JG fittings cannot be found, why not use any of the many other quick disconnect fuel fittings commonly available?
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