Fuel Taps

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Re: Fuel Taps

Postby Jordan » Wed May 20, 2020 9:43 pm

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Re: Fuel Taps

Postby frankfast » Wed May 20, 2020 10:33 pm

That would work but would require two different size fuel lines and four more clamps, all potential leaking points. I know a more expensive but simpler solution would be to change the taps at the tank. Shipping from the EU to the states may be a problem during the current pandemic. I'm currently waiting for a box of Cubans from Spain. :D

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Re: Fuel Taps

Postby Eldert » Thu May 21, 2020 7:48 am

Hi Aaron

tanks where made by Tebaldi


amartina75 wrote:Keep in mid Ducati didn’t make any of those parts, they sourced what was available from Italian companies at the time. Even the gas tanks were outsourced as far as I know. Don’t remember who produced them but I’ve seen pictures of a makers mark inside gas tanks.

Also parts are swapped over time with whatever works and is available.

I think what Jordan is pointing out is that the tolerance between parts were pretty loose.

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