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What size spanner fits the senter nut on Quingo plus back wheel?

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Jack up car and put on axle stands or ramps then locate filter on the fuel line. Disconnect hose clamp from gas tank hose side FIRST (inlet) and use a spare bolt to block off the line otherwise fuel will spill all over the place.

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Now for the one in the engine bay:

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I'll warn you that the fittings on this one are pretty tight so you will probably need a big bar with a socket to crack them.

The top fitting is what is known as a banjo fitting whereby a big bolt goes through a ring that is connected to the pipe.

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