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Any dealer will sell you parts that are still available, like the filter and o-rings on that pump.
But that pump can be rebuilt !! Take it apart and soak it in carb cleaner (or pinesol, or vinegar etc) to get the gunk off. Pump itself is available from a variety of sources (search for posts with sources and part numbers for the Bosch unit that was original).
Chuck (silentservice703) can fix you up with hoses, o-rings and more at a better than retail price. The filter under the pump is a Ducati part and available (again, advanced search in the forum).
The tough part is the fuel level sensor...but after soaking in cleaner it may be OK. Just a thermistor, no moving parts.
Good luck
 
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If a restoration is not likely I have a complete fuel pump available.
I am based in New Zealand, however, I will ensure that the price including shipping is not unreasonable.
Dave.
 

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Pump itself is available from a variety of sources (search for posts with sources and part numbers for the Bosch unit that was original).

@Moonbeam for my F4S, i sourced using these Ducati PNs last summer, they were readily available and affordable as mentioned above:
  • 43040041A - direct replacement Bosch fuel pump (photo below shows Bosch PN 0 580 453 408), <USD60.
  • 42710031A - direct replacement Ducati pump strainer, ~USD15.
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Check out Gotham Cycles in Bradenton, FL. They have everything you need to rebuild the fuel pump assembly.

 
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