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    Default 749/999 little rubber fuel line seal

    Does anyone have a source for these little rubber rings used to seal the fuel line to the bottom of the tank on a 749/999 ?

    Also one is blue and one is black, anyone know the significance ?

    Cheers, Richard.

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    might seem a trifle obvious but why not try a Ducati dealer? They can't cost a lot and the dealer will probably know the differences.
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    Should have phrased it a little better. Anyone know local type shops ? I could do with out the 140mile round trip to ducati leeds.
    I'll try and give DL a call tomorrow to find out about the differences.

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    Tricky, give John a call at Ducati Leeds (as he's your local dealer and a great guy) and ask him to pop them in an envelope and post them to you, they probably don't cost much and will post easy!

    If he's not got them, try Harry at our place, we replace them fairly often and probs have them in stock.

    Good luck.

    Mart

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    Ducati Leeds will do mail order, (although they are in Shipley, which I believe in fact has a Bradford postcode!) but I have to tell them distinctly NOT to mail stuff out to me - they seem to think Harrogate is overseas or something - it is about 15 miles to my front door! I quite like the trip across - although the guy on the Parts desk is a miserable bugger and treats you like a total alien - it's good to have a look around the showrooms.
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    Janes always nice to deal with (Ducati Leeds)

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    I have to say she barely acknowledges me either - perhaps it's my third head that upsets them! A simple "good morning" and a smile would be nice.
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