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Originally Posted by JFairman View Post
You could remove that fitting by carefully cutting it not too deep with a dremel and peeling the rest off with needle nose pliers and then replace it with a hose clamp snugged down on the hose.
Ok, so I went this route... removed the fitting with dremel and replaced it with two hose clamps...

Off to the St. Patti's parade... Will run the engine and test for leaks later tonight. If all well, bumper back on and back on the road!!

Thanks - - I have learned a little more about AN-fittings in the process...
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