Cool! Sounds like all I need is to get a parts and do the work. Awesome! I just can't wait for any longer starting the bike and riding it again. Or I'd rather ask first if any of the forum members has extra dry break that I could purchase.Bryan's tutorial is great and I, too, used the parts he listed. Zero issues.
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When I unbolted the hose from the tank before bringing it for a paint, I wrapped both dry break pieces with lots of plastic wrap which I thought would prevent from dust or other dirt getting inside before I got my tank back. Since these two pieces were sealed all this time and they started leaking only now, I am assuming that there might have been something that I could possibly fix by either cleaning or blowing with air. However, I do see now when I click them both together, there is a small tiny gap in between. Do you think it can be fixed by cleaning it gently?