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How difficult from 1-10 is it to replace the HPOP o-rings. Mine might need to be replaced and dont know if it is something I should tear into. I have OK mechanical skills, the most I have down to the truck is valve control harness and gaskets. Any tips or tricks to replacing the orings? thanks in advance
 

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2 hardest part is getting the lines off but there not too bad
 

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2 hardest part is getting the lines off but there not too bad
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Just dont overtighten the lines when you put it back together. Remeber, the o rings do the sealing, not the threads
 

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I give it a 1.

the hardest part is the fuel bowl. I didnt take the lines off the fittings. There was no need. The fittings swivel in the lines. Took me about 45 min to do the whole job and that was with a bit of cleaning while i had some stuff out of the way.
 

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cool! i will be getting the parts ordered asap, thanks alot!
 

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i got my kit from ford for like 30 bucks.
 

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I just used a small screwdriver. Twist and the popped right off.
 

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I bought the tool to seperate the lines from the fittings. Used a crowsfoot and long extension to remove the fittings, replaced orings, put a little locktite on the threads and like was said before, don't get carried away when toghtening them. It's a snap. 3 yrs now and no more leaks.
 
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