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Old 10-04-2018, 10:35 PM
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I just got rid of all the factory quick disconnects on my fuel lines. I'll send you my old lines for free if you'll pay shipping. All of them were in good shape and not leaking when I took them off.
Great offer!
 
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At least give the op a chance to respond...
Just to clarify, I am giving the OP dibs. Only if the OP doesn't want them will they go to timmyboy76.
 
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At least give the op a chance to respond...
Aight Noob..clocks' expired, lets do this...
 
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Old 10-06-2018, 01:17 PM
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Aight Noob..clocks' expired, lets do this...
Ok timmyboy76, they're yours if Justin_Indiana does not respond by Wednesday.
 
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Ok timmyboy76, they're yours if Justin_Indiana does not respond by Wednesday.
wednesday!!..well dip me in honey and throw me to the lesbians..my leak will fix itself by wednesday...lol . right on..thanks. Maybe, Stewy can "lock" this thread so nobody else can post. Gotta crisp 5.00 bill for ya Stew...lol
 
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Ok timmyboy76, they're yours if Justin_Indiana does not respond by Wednesday.

Sorry, been gone. How much to ship to 46124? of course I do want them just to clarify!!

thanks!
 
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Also, i did contact DieselOrings and talked to a nice guy and he told me that my best bet would be to use high pressure fuel line instead of paying the high cost to replace the ones like FordTruckNoob offered. Of course, if FordTruckNoob still has the lines and they work then it would be a lot easier to swap I think then using the high pressure hose.

Thanks again for all the help!
 
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Also I noticed that i have to be a member for 10 days and also have to have a post count of 5 or more post before I can send or receive a private message. not sure if someone could tag an admin to maybe let me get my info to
FordTruckNoob if he still has the lines. thanks
 
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Justin, either enable emails in your User CP so FordTruckNoob can send you an email, wait another 6 days for your PM privileges to kick in, or click on the user name for FordTruckNoob, click on his public profile, click the Social Profiles tab and send him an email via the link.

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Originally Posted by FordTruckNoob View Post
I just got rid of all the factory quick disconnects on my fuel lines. I'll send you my old lines for free if you'll pay shipping. All of them were in good shape and not leaking when I took them off.

If you could send me an email at [email protected] I would appreciate it. Thanks again!
 
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Originally Posted by Stewart_H View Post
Justin, either enable emails in your User CP so FordTruckNoob can send you an email, wait another 6 days for your PM privileges to kick in, or click on the user name for FordTruckNoob, click on his public profile, click the Social Profiles tab and send him an email via the link.

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Thanks for the help. I edited my profile but still do not see where others can email me, so I listed my email here in the thread.
 
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Originally Posted by Justin_Indiana View Post
Thanks for the help. I edited my profile but still do not see where others can email me, so I listed my email here in the thread.
Click on the Social Profiles tab on a users profile page and it will allow you to send an email via the FTE system.



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Originally Posted by Stewart_H View Post
Click on the Social Profiles tab on a users profile page and it will allow you to send an email via the FTE system.



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I appreciate the help! Will see if it will let me send him an email.
 
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I just checked and apparently "fordtrucknoob" does not have the email ability setup. This is what it shows me when I got to his profile.

 
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Originally Posted by Justin_Indiana View Post
ok, so where the leak is coming from is the connection coming from the filter then down to the fuel pump. my question is, what o ring does it take to repair this with? I called dealer and they can only find the 2 brand new lines at $260 bucks, which of course i can't afford right now. I am simply needing to replace the oring inside to make it stop leaking. Will probably replace both of these short lines later on down the road, but for now just need the oring.

I found on harbor freight the "tool" which i think might work to get the fitting undone http://www.harborfreight.com/fuel-li...-pc-63595.html

But, when looking around at orings I come across a dorman product that says it is suppose to be for this, but I would like to verify. Dorman part# is 904-497 www.dormanproducts.com/p-90592-904-497.aspx

Just don't look right to me, but I could be wrong.

Thanks for the help!
That dorman kit is for the Parker fittings going to and from the fuel bowl, and where the line connect at the heads.
 

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