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I am in the process of fixing up a 1999 Road King Classic that had sat in a shed for 5+ years. I’m new to motorcycles, and I’m wondering about the ¼” tubing that’s running from front to rear on the bike. I’m rebuilding the front forks due to some major sagging on the front end. Upon tearing the Nacelle apart, I found the mess of tubing underneath. There was one fitting in particular, on the left side of the forks, that appears to be broken. Can anyone tell me if it’s fixable, swappable, or where I can buy a new fitting. Thanks

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Front manifold assy. p/n 42475-97B. Goes all the way back to the air fittings by the rear shocks. The air lines can be released from the fittings by pushing the line into the fitting then push in the red fitting collar and pull the line out.
 
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