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post #1 of 7 Old Oct 2nd, 2005, 3:19 am Thread Starter
 
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Looking to change the fuel filter and instal quick release couplings on the fuel tank. not having had the tank off before, does it only require 2 male and 2 female connectors?

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post #2 of 7 Old Oct 2nd, 2005, 3:21 am
 
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Yes sir. Two of each. Available from your dealer.
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Thanks David. I'm glad you're on the net tonight. What time is it over there. It's 5:25 pm over here.

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Hi Colin - 8:30 Sunday morning here. Just drinking my morning coffee. Cheers.
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Grif's QD Post from Old Forum

I'll try to post a link to Grif's post on UPGRADED quick disconnects.

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If this doesn't work hopefully Grif will pop up!

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Looking to change the fuel filter and instal quick release couplings on the fuel tank. not having had the tank off before, does it only require 2 male and 2 female connectors?

Colin
Australia
A suggestion: Install the pairs in opposite directions. That way when you remove your tank, you can't mix-up the hoses on reinstallation.

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Thanks Mark, hadn't thought of that tick.

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