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    rrfpr question

    does anyone have a pic of there rrfpr on the tank, does some of the oring show like this cause no matter how hard i bang it it wont go in more
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    if you got the retainer clip over it and locked in you should be okay

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    When you took the oem reg out did you have both o-rings on there ?

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    the stock one doesnt have a ring on the top

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    cause i hit it with a hammer and it didnt go farther i hop i didnt brake it lol

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    Using a hammer... to drive a metal tank adapter into a plastic fuel pump housing ...

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    Re: rrfpr question

    Steve you out of control bro

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    lol I mean yea I tapped it in lol it's a small hammer lol

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    so yea does anyone else know for sure if thats ok

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    Yes you are fine. The seal that is exposed is just a dust seal the return seal is around the large diameter that is lower on the adapter.
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