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March 24th, 2021, 04:43 PM   #1
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What are those grey connectors fuel pump hose connects to?

I'm replacing the fuel pump in my 2011 FS 570. There are grey connectors that 2 pump lines connect with on each end. There are 2 of these grey connectors. They don't come with the CA cycle works fuel pump. Does anyone know what they are called and where to get them?
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March 30th, 2021, 01:50 AM   #2
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fuel line connectors

I just replaced my fuel filters when fitting a Safari tank, just reused the original lines and clamps as they seem to be indestructable. The connectors come apart by sliding a small flat blade driver down into the barb section- 4 each connector, if you wiggle the connector while prying they pop apart. Youtube the clamps to get apart/ refit- called "oetinger" or something similar. Fairly straightforward. Didn't want to change lines as had trouble with in-tank lines before on Harleys etc- swelling and collapsing.
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