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Ordered a replacement fuel pump as mine crapped out and it the fuel pump I received has a different set of threads then my other one. Anyone point me in the right direction as to what threads the bosch might have and where to find a barbed adapter for it? Thanks

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save some time and run r307 fuel line from tank to pump. Take the pump with you to depot / lowes, and mach ur up. Then if/when your ready to do the hutch mod, you already have the fuel line installed.

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Hutch mod is already done. I'm betting the threads are going to be metric since it was made in Germany. I'm pretty sure Lowe's and Home Depot don't have much of a selection in metric sizes.

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you got that right, depot blows for metric. Lowes has aselection, not much, but some. If thats the case, hit up a hydraulic store, or Ace harwdare. They got some real good **** there.

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Thanks for the advice. I'll find an Ace Hardware today.

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Stumbled across a hydraulic shop that had an adapter and barb. $5 and I was out the door.

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