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Old 11-30-2018, 09:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Mxfrank View Post
How does the fuel filter look? Also, check the backside of the IP.
The filter appears to be nice and dry. Basically both feed and return lines are nice and dry.

I'll check the back side of the pump tonight.

Quick question, I suspect the clear (now brown) fuel lines will need to be replaced. Is there a recommended product to use for replacement?
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Old 01-10-2019, 09:49 PM
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I reckon its about time for an update on the fuel leak. It turns out the delivery valves were leaking and the leak was eliminated by installing new copper crush washers and O-rings on all the delivery valves. The procedure was less than $40.00 for parts and the special tool. It took an afternoon to complete the repair.

The engine seems to have a bit more power?? or it is the placebo effect. Anyway, thanks to this website I was able to find all the info that was needed.

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