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    A new tool added......

    My girlfriend just bought me a new tool for my garage! It's for my birthday, but I already have it. lol It's the Clamptite tool with a spool of safety wire. Now I need fuel tubing and a couple of fuel filters for my bikes. I'm going to also use this for garden hoses. Hope it works, and I can master its' use.

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    That is a cool tool.

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    Sounds like the girlfriend is a keeper.
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    I've had a similar tool for a few years, they're so handy. So much more compact than using a hose clamp.
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    Actually, she made a booboo and ordered two of them, soooooo, my son (who also likes motorcycles) will get one for Christmas.
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    I bet that booboo was made on purpose for +10 girlfriend points.
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    hmm I might need one of those, the clamp tool not the girlfriend er maybe both lol
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    Yep, a "keep'er" for sure. (Advice to ALL men: All women remember everything you say! If you find one, like this girl, that uses the power for good and not evil -- you gotta keep her).

    I know. I have had a partner just like this for over 40 years.

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    I'm kinda anxious to try to find some "right size" fuel line for my TW's and put this tool to use, and some fuel filters. I remember someone mentioned "right angle" or "90 Degree" filters a while back. Does anyone remember where to buy these? And what is the correct fuel line size? If you know off the top of your head, post plz, if you have to look it up, I can do that. lololol Guess I'm being lazy.
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    Use Tygon fuel line if you can get it. I think I used 3/16ths, 1/4 seemed to big and I wanted a snug fit. Procycle has them or try a local small engine shop.
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