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Old March 4th, 2012, 01:32 AM
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Fuel filter banjo bolts and fittings

OK I need help again. I have a 200tdi that I changed the fuel filter housing to the proper one but now need to change the fittings on the fuel line to banjo style ones and can't find the parts anywhere. I have tried RDS and RN and TLR no luck. Here's the filter assembly and lift pump. Any ideas as to where to get these things? Thanks, Chris
also are pics of the old fittings a tapered deal
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Old March 4th, 2012, 05:53 AM
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This is the sort of thing you buy via royal post in the UK and have it shipped over. Much cheaper than buying in the us.

I just looked up ntc3346 (200tdi fuel filter banjo bolt) and britcar / craddock / paddocks carries them.

I have no idea what the part number is for the actual banjo itself...
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Old March 4th, 2012, 07:17 AM
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I got them all from:
http://www.lrseries.com/
Got them within a week
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Old March 4th, 2012, 09:44 AM
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From the UK would be the easiest. Personally I buy most all parts that way. Getting your own wholesale account is the only way to live...

ESR294 - Lift pump to filter: http://www.paddockspares.com/esr394-fuel-pipe.html
ESR395 - Filter to pump: http://www.paddockspares.com/esr395-fuel-pipe.html
NTC3346 - Banjo bolt: http://www.paddockspares.com/ntc3346-bolt-banjo.html
ESR354 - Washer: http://www.paddockspares.com/esr354-washer.html

The filter housing is though common in North America. When I was looking at alternatives, I took mine to a local diesel shop and they had a shelf full of the exact same filter housing. I imagine fittings are common as well.
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Old March 4th, 2012, 10:07 AM
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SINGLE BANJO STYLE FUEL FITTING, 5/16 INCH HOSE
Price:$16.99
Single Banjo Carb Fitting, 5/16" Hose Price: $16.99 EA

SpecsInfoFeaturesReviewsQuestions / Answers
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Outlet Length0.78"
ThreadsRH Male
Thread Pitch1/2"-20
Hose ID5/16" (0.312")
Wrench TypeHex
Material TypeAluminum
Sold in QuantityEach
NotesUse replacement Teflon sealing washers 6174821 (9/16"x11/16") and 6174822 (5/8"x3/4") if needed


These fitting with the correct banjo bolts would get it done I believe. I can find these parts at most parts houses in the doorman or similar catalouge. A quick search brought me to speedway. The banjo bolts are used on many 80's to 90's european cars if you can get access to used parts local.



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OK I need help again. I have a 200tdi that I changed the fuel filter housing to the proper one but now need to change the fittings on the fuel line to banjo style ones and can't find the parts anywhere. I have tried RDS and RN and TLR no luck. Here's the filter assembly and lift pump. Any ideas as to where to get these things? Thanks, Chris
also are pics of the old fittings a tapered deal
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Old March 4th, 2012, 12:05 PM
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I've bought them from diesel shops that carry Lucas/CAV parts.
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does ntc3346 include the banjo as well as the bolt? or is there a separate part number for the banjo?
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The banjo are only sold by LR with the hose as an assembly.
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Old March 4th, 2012, 11:19 PM
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From the UK would be the easiest. Personally I buy most all parts that way. Getting your own wholesale account is the only way to live...
How do I get set up with a wholesale account in the UK and how much does that save you on average?
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Old March 5th, 2012, 12:11 AM
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The old style hose that Chris shows in his pictures, is that 5/16 and are those fitting SAE or Metric. I'm adding a NAS tank to my exmod and need to tie into the existing system which looks the same.
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