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Banjo bolt and washers needed

On a Perkins 4-154, one of my lines to the injectors from the pressure pump has a very slight leak.

So far, I have not been able to identify a part number to obtain a spare banjo bolt, much less the washers. Finding aluminum washers is very challenging.

Anybody have a PN (and, better yet, a source? - TAD couldn't come up with one, and the parts manual doesn't have a PN for it, either, despite having a part number for each and every other bolt and nut and washer for this engine) for a BB and washers for this beast?

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Have you checked with a local diesel engine repair shop? I would look for a shop that rebuilds injectors and pumps. You don't need someone who is a marine diesel guy, small truck diesels should have similar bolts and washers. They should carry a line of banjo bolts and washers. Also be aware that you can use copper washers for this. I've found copper washers at the local Ace hardware.
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What he said...a local injector should/would proabably have what you need....and you'll save some $$$
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