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@pittmeister: If you have an inside line on a quick disconnect fitting that fits the standard fuel rail (that the JG fittings work on), please post it up!

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@pittmeister: If you have an inside line on a quick disconnect fitting that fits the standard fuel rail (that the JG fittings work on), please post it up!
Are they an odd proprietary size? Otherwise I'll pull my tank with weekend and give it a measure.
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Here I'll save you the trouble......
male end 7.89mm OD,
end is 19.86mm long to shoulder
shoulder is 11.00mm OD
1.62mm wide

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Does anyone have any other options they have found. I am almost tempted to attached the hose directly to the rail and use a stainless clamp. Sure it isn't as easy to remove, but they are less likely to brake.
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My SPR has the hose directly on the spigot with a clamp. I think Ferraci did it, since they were the last dealer to service it before I bought it. It actually looks factory. Came with metal fittings on the tank end, probably installed at the same time.

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I don't hink it will be too hard. I have a track R6 thats seems to use one of the Dorman quick disconnects for the fuel pump outlet that has a very similar look.

https://www.amazon.com/Dorman-800-08...9WTHSQ5J1FW9RW
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I ordered some Dorman 5/16th quick disconnects, PN 800-185, to test out. Should get here Saturday.
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I ordered some Dorman 5/16th quick disconnects, PN 800-185, to test out. Should get here Saturday.
If they work, you will see a uptick on those purchased on Amazon over the next week!
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Does anyone have any other options they have found. I am almost tempted to attached the hose directly to the rail and use a stainless clamp. Sure it isn't as easy to remove, but they are less likely to brake.
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My SPR has the hose directly on the spigot with a clamp. I think Ferraci did it, since they were the last dealer to service it before I bought it. It actually looks factory. Came with metal fittings on the tank end, probably installed at the same time.
Early 750s used hose clamps from the Factory....

If you go the hose clamps route twist safety wire around the metal tube BEHIND the shoulder and then around the
hose clamps to prevent the hose from blowing off

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If they work, you will see a uptick on those purchased on Amazon over the next week!
The connectors arrived this morning, once the rain dies down I'll fit them up.
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