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Help: Lost this part of fuel bowl. Need new one

Stole this pic off the internet. I replaced my busted fuel pressure regulator but now I cant find this part. Its the one that the copper poppet that holds the spring slides into. Im getting a whopping 25 psi max right now due to this little problem.


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60$ for a piece the size of a dime. I cant buy it on the principle that I can do a fuel bowl delete for not much more. I have the piece but its in California and I am currently in Florida.

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dieselorings or riffraff thats based in oregon.
i usually buy parts from riffraff and its here in like 2 days =) i live in northern california.
oh and thats the fuel pressure relief kit.
it comes as a kit you mine as well replace all the parts in it because they get worn out.
and i wouldnt drive the truck with that missing fyi.

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Now is the time for a RR-fuel bowl delete kit!
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iv got a whole fuel bowl ill let go of cheap it has everything but the fuel pressure spring
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Now is the time for a RR-fuel bowl delete kit!
it's really not that important. I'm burning vegetable oil and last time I filled up my diesel tank was about 21,000 miles ago.

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