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Old 1st January 2021
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Default gas tank Quick connect leaking

2007 883

Just assembled bike
It starts, it runs!

BUT the QC leaks. I made sure the sleeve clicked.

Is the fitting removable (from the fuel pump assembly)?
Is there an O-ring in there?

The plastic fitting on the end of the flex hose looks good.

Any suggestions? Thank you.

A new flex hose is about $93
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Yes, there a couple of o-rings in there.
HD doesn't sell tem but others do.
Fuel-Tool is one.
They can be tricky to replace.
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Here ya go, a thread about this very topic:

http://xlforum.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1239984

I bought spares to add to my o-ring collection so I have them on hand.
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/\ Excellent information.
I bought a couple Danco #41 o-rings and will try. 39 cents each

Local mechanic says, if not, you have to buy MoCo part #75309-07A. Bummer.
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I bought a couple Danco #41 o-rings and will try. 39 cents each

Local mechanic says, if not, you have to buy MoCo part #75309-07A. Bummer.
Let us know if the Danco #41 is the right size. It's an o-ring speced for your kitchen water faucet, I'm not sure how confident I'd be with it in my fuel injection system.

It's just a matter of getting the right size o-ring. I got the 3 sizes listed in the other thread. 107, 109, 203 in Viton. I counted quantities in the zip locks and they're all there so I haven't used any and can't say for sure if they are the right sizes.

http://xlforum.net/forums/showpost.p...1&postcount=36
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Danco #41 might be the correct ring.

After several hours, I gave up trying to fit it into the nozzle. There is a special tool for that.

Bought a new nozzle (more $$$$$) for peace of mind.
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I bought and used the o-rings from fuel tool. Yes, expensive for o-rings, but they are Viton and the right size. The couple dollar expense was worth it to me. Still less expensive and less hassle than replacing the hose and nozzle.
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