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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-26-2019, 11:44 AM Thread Starter
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Fuel pressure guage adapter

Does anyone know what type of quick detach fittings HD uses for the fuel tank quick disconnect?
I need to check my fuel pressure and I'm a cheap azz and don't want to spend over $100 to do that, especially when I already have a fuel pressure guage setup. I just need the QD fittings to fabricate an adapter.

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Not sure, but I'm thinking that one is all Harley's doing. They are standard fittings inside the tank, but not on that coupler.

Cheapest way to do it is prolly to find a used external fuel line and put a gauge on the rail end of it.

Past that, it tool tax time.


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Seems like I read somewhere that HD uses a marine fitting, but I'll be dipped if I can remember where I read it or what type...

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Seems like I read somewhere that HD uses a marine fitting, but I'll be dipped if I can remember where I read it or what type...

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Could be. But I doubt there is any sort of cheap fitting to test them with either.


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On eBay for $30: 2008-2016 Harley Davidson Touring FLH FUEL LINE TANK TO INTAKE - OEM HARLEY

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Thanks SJ, but I've got one on order from "Fallen Cycles".
What I'm trying to do is put together an adapter for " the next guy" who has this issue.

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