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Fuel Line Quick Disconnect Size?

They have them on motosport.com for a 2005 in 1/4 and 5/16 sizes. Does anyone know which it is supposed to be? I can't find it in my manual...
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Nobody knows.

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5/16 (verify markings on hose)

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Quick disconnects:

Made for gravity fed systems.

If used on pressurized lines, it will fail, DANGER!

Unless the quick disconnect states being designed for pressurized lines it won't work.

Goodrich makes quick disconnects for up to 250 psi.

3/16
1/4
5/16

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There's already a quick disconnect on the connection of the fuel line to the fuel rail.

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I know there's one on there, but I heard they can break easily when they are old, so thought I would order a back up, just in case. Thanks for the info!
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Extra retainer clips and rubber caps certaintly wouldn't be a bad idea to have on hand.
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Okay, I'll get some of those as well. Thanks Again!
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