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Question Replacement cap for the diesel fuel filler inlet?

Does anyone know where I can purchase replacement caps for the diesel fuel filler inlet?

The problem seems to be that the original 1.5" diesel cap and filler is threaded at 16 threads per inch on the Pearson 27, while the standard cap currently available (such as the water cap) is 11 threads per inch.

Any help appreciated!


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bought mine for my Hunter 326 from www.go2marine.com don't know if it'll suit yours. look under deck fill.
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