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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-31-2010, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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I need help! I disconnected my fuel lines from the fuel rails and the clips on the white plastic connectors between the rubber fuel line and the metal stem on the fuel rail broke. Does anyone know where I can buy just the Plastic clips, or the entire plastic piece between the rubber hose and the metal stem. Arctic Cat sells the whole assemble (Part # 0570-293) for $85 but I just nees the 2 palstic pieces on the end. It looks like the plastic pieces I need have a part # on it from their manufacturer that is PPA-GF18. The numbers are really small so I am not posative if this is right but it is close if not. It also has what looks like a company logo embossed on the side which is the outline of a lower case "b". Does anyone know what company this might be that manufactures this plastic piece? I have a 2010 Prowler 1000.
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Welcome aboard airrbob!

You are in luck. I had to deal with this a while back and was able to figure it out. The fittings that slide onto the fuel rail are made by Dorman products. The part that Arctic Cat uses is the same part that Ford used for their inline fuel filters on certain model cars and trucks. The used the Dorman fitting and the Ford clip. You can get them at Napa Auto and the part number is 730-6675. They are the 5/16 Ford Fuel Line connector clips and they come in a pack of 5 for about $7.00. If you need the fittings that slide onto the rail you can get them from Napa, Car Quest, Pep Boys, Checker, or Autozone. They have straight, 45 and 90 degree fittings and they are made by Dorman products.

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Welcome aboard airrbob!

You are in luck. I had to deal with this a while back and was able to figure it out. The fittings that slide onto the fuel rail are made by Dorman products. The part that Arctic Cat uses is the same part that Ford used for their inline fuel filters on certain model cars and trucks. The used the Dorman fitting and the Ford clip. You can get them at Napa Auto and the part number is 730-6675. They are the 5/16 Ford Fuel Line connector clips and they come in a pack of 5 for about $7.00. If you need the fittings that slide onto the rail you can get them from Napa, Car Quest, Pep Boys, Checker, or Autozone. They have straight, 45 and 90 degree fittings and they are made by Dorman products.

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Thank you so much Flying 121. You are a life saver. Much appreciated. Have a Great New Year!!!!!!!!!
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Welcome aboard airrbob!

You are in luck. I had to deal with this a while back and was able to figure it out. The fittings that slide onto the fuel rail are made by Dorman products. The part that Arctic Cat uses is the same part that Ford used for their inline fuel filters on certain model cars and trucks. The used the Dorman fitting and the Ford clip. You can get them at Napa Auto and the part number is 730-6675. They are the 5/16 Ford Fuel Line connector clips and they come in a pack of 5 for about $7.00. If you need the fittings that slide onto the rail you can get them from Napa, Car Quest, Pep Boys, Checker, or Autozone. They have straight, 45 and 90 degree fittings and they are made by Dorman products.

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Thank you so much Flying 121. You are a life saver. Much appreciated. Have a Great New Year!!!!!!!!!

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I have also been looking for these clips. What a life saver. Does anyone know how to remove these clips without breaking them in half?
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I have also been looking for these clips. What a life saver. Does anyone know how to remove these clips without breaking them in half?
It can be done. I use two small pick tools and I work one side out at a time. I find it much easier to just break them and replace them now that I have an abundance of them! lol
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It can be done. I use two small pick tools and I work one side out at a time. I find it much easier to just break them and replace them now that I have an abundance of them! lol
Still new to so I got to ask. Why are you removing the fuel lines on a regular basis?

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