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HELP! Fuel pressure regulator leaking

Ok, so below where the fuel pressure regulator spring is, fuel is shooting out and I can't figure out why… I attached a picture with an arrow pointing to where the fuel comes out.
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1997 7.3 F250 CCSB 4X4
TS 6 position chip
3 inch dp to 4 inch to 8 inch stack
Tymar intake
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the regulator is fragile, it probably cracked, they have been none to do that.

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the regulator is fragile, it probably cracked, they have been none to do that.
is there anyway to buy a replacement regulator? or do you have to buy a whole new fuel bowl?

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You should be able to buy it. friend of mine had his tig welded, said it worked. I might even have one on fuel bowl i removed when i switched over to superduty fuel.

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You should be able to buy it. friend of mine had his tig welded, said it worked. I might even have one on fuel bowl i removed when i switched over to superduty fuel.
Ok, thanks so much i appreciate it.

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pm me if u want a used one to try.

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