I use em too. Look out for the ones that look like brass but are aluminum. Brass is much heavier and the AU don’t seem as durable. I keep new spares in my fresh water tote, when one starts leaking or becomes stubborn to connect/disconnect I clean it, if that doesn’t help pitch it and get another. Felt wasteful but after a couple diesel fill-ups at $100 I got over it.
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