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Anyone have an idea how to fix, or if you can buy this part separately? Only part I have been able to locate is the entire sending unit for $330+shipping!
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Better yet, use a fitting that is threaded on one side and barbed on the other. Drill out the existing hole to accept the threaded side of the fitting, then screw a nut down on the back (bottom) side......assuming there is a large enough flat area to do that. Then you won't have to worry about stripping the threads out of potentially delicate plastic.You could drill and use a pipe tap then screw in a new fitting.
Yeap, something like that is exactly what I'm talking about. Go to the hardware store and check out the plumbing section. I nearly guarantee you'll find something that will work.Thanks guys. This is for a buddy, so I'm forwarding all the info to him. Hope it works out for him. I got to looking around and found this fitting: View attachment 11303 . Called a barb to barb bulkhead fitting. Looks like it will work, but have no clue where to locate one in person. Only place on www I found had to buy 50 each.