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Help w/ replacing hpop lines n orings?

As the title states I'm replacing my hpop lines that go from the hpop to each head.

One of my lines is leaking so might as well replace both.
My question is that through my reading I know I can simply replace the line but it looks like there is also a hpop discharge fitting at each end? Additionally a spring behind the fitting at the hpop. Then also o rings.

I've been on dieselorings.com and have been overwhelmed on what exactly I need.

Should I simply replace the lines or also pull all the fittings and replace the orings? If so what do I need?

I've looked at these items
DieselOrings: High Pressure Oil Pump reseal kit - 7.3L Powerstroke

HPOP Discharge Hose fittings

DieselOrings: HPOP Cylinder Head Quick Disconnect Hose Fitting Repair Kit 1999 - 2003 7.3L

HPOP Quick Disconnect Hose Fitting Repair Kit 1999 - 2003

High Pressure Oil Pump Discharge Hose Fitting - High Flow 1999-2003

HPOP Hose fitting Hose fitting at the engine oil rail connection F81Z 9N332 AA

Any help is appreciated, outside of what's above I know I at least need the hpop hose for each side and the quick release tool

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while your in thee, might as well replace ALL the orings. Comes with what.where location for each....

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As already said replace them all, at least the HPO lines since this is a common place for leaks, as you found out. You can buy a premade tool or make your own, flip a coin, they both work.

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while your in thee, might as well replace ALL the orings. Comes with what.where location for each....

Riffraff Diesel: "Mechanics Parts Cabinet" Combo kit
Thanks for the link

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