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Help! I broke something! Please identify and advise

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I broke this piece on the carb when pulling the fuel line. What's the part name/number and best way to find a replacement?
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oh that's the suckiest thing to have break, it's the T fitting on the fuel pump.
You can buy a used pump (i'd sell you one, but, those things are super easy to break so I hoard them) or make a new T with brass fittings from your local hardware store
 
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oh that's the suckiest thing to have break, it's the T fitting on the fuel pump.
You can buy a used pump (i'd sell you one, but, those things are super easy to break so I hoard them) or make a new T with brass fittings from your local hardware store
Good to know I can find a part locally. I was concerned. Thanks for your reply.
 
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How does it come off? I wrenched on it with a pair of pliers, but I’m worried about snapping the other side. Does it just unscrew?
 

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No, you need to replace the entire fuel block.

Trying to tap and thread that piece is asking for leaks.
 

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Check with Nick or Jess at Westside Powersports Seadoo, I am sure they have one. He is also minnetonka4me here on the forum.
 

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