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Leaking regulated return fuel line

I have developed a fuel leak. Traced it back to one of my braided stainless fuel lines. I have a Dozers Diesel Stage 2 regulated return fuel system. Its leaking from where the stainless is crimped to the connector. I cant seem to find a Dozers Diesel website or phone number anymore. Are they still around? Are these lines something I can get made somewhere? I know they have a 6000 psi rating. Seems to be getting worse, so I need to address this soon. Any information would be appreciated.


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Im not 100% sure if it is true or not but ive heard dozers are out of business

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And yes you can get the lines anywhere.. There nothing special

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marty's regulated return
205/75 injects from holder's
WPE stage 3 ported intake
64.5 borg warner fmw ,compounds in the works now! Comp turbo set up
Warren comp trans
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I kind of figured that they weren't in business anymore. Maybe Summit would have something like this? Our would if have to be custom made?


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Find a local hydraulic shop and they can probably just re-crimp it for ya.
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