WTD 505 Diesel Tank Filler Tube
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    Default WTD 505 Diesel Tank Filler Tube

    Desperately needed!!

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    Mine is broken on both ends - diesel smell is hard to remove from the boot (understatement).
    Probably one from either an SRTD or GTDT (post 1985) would work.

    Like seen on photo (below)!



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    Someone may correct me, but I think all 505 filler pipes are the same?



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    Not quite, unleaded ones had a restrictor in the filler pipe so the old 'Super' fuel bowsers wouldn't fit in there, and all petrol ones had a fitting on the side for the evaporative emissions connection. Diesel ones were the simplest form of the beast, it's just a tube.

    Having said that, there's no reason why you couldn't use a petrol one (preferably pre-unleaded) and just bung up the evap. fitting?
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