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Fuel system 2001 v92c

At the bottom of the tank , next to the front of the seat, there is two lines from the tank that connect to some kinda valve, I broke it off, do you know what it is called?

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It called quick release valve ,top part it is called male it will set you back about $38 & buttom part is called female & that will another $56-60.I went to my local hardware store ,for mear $9 ,I made my owen,and been riding for two years and no problem. Just make sure that you use right thread lock liquid which is for gasoline only .It's yellow but will turn light grey.You will need copper adopter with two 3/8'' on sides and one 1/2''in the middle openings.Just double check your fuel line size, it should be same as on my 2000 vic

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