I'm in the final stages of fuel system installation in my Zenith 750 Cruzer. Trying to think ahead, I'm making sure to position and connect all components with future servicability in mind. To start - what are the specs of the fuel filter supplied by Viking? Is there a brand/model that I can look up in order to plan for future replacements? I'm planning an annual service item to replace the high-pressure fuel filter, but then how best to attach the lines to it? Oiteker clamps are good for permanent sealing but a struggle to remove in semi-confined spaces such as under the baggage area in the 750 where the filter will be mounted. I'm not a fan of standard hose clamps for high-pressure lines or connections that have to be removed yearly as they tend to start tearing up the hose. I got to searching on the internet for high-pressure fuel filters with quick connects such as those on the Viking fuel pumps and mechanical fuel pump, which would seem to be an ideal solution, but I can't seem to find the specs of one that would work (especially not knowing the specs of the one that is supplied). On the surface, this: https://www.amazon.com/ACDelco-GF580-Professional-Fuel-Filter/dp/B000C9QPAS/ref=pd_rhf_se_p_img_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=T8J7BR8MGCTSJ8KP0HKD looks to be close to what I'm thinking and appears to be quite available, but I can't get confirmation on whether it's appropriate as a high-pressure filter. So my questions are:
1. What is the brand/model and specs of the fuel filter?
2. Has anyone done an effective mounting of the/a filter that allows for easy replacement, and if so, how?
3. Does anyone know of a filter with quick-connects that would work, or if the one I found would work?