WANNA RIDE , NOT GET ROBBED - IMO ? Recently went to Harley dealer to attempt to buy replacement fuel pump , filter and sender . While there the parts clerk read me a notice from HD that basically advised they don't have the parts , don't provide alternative suppliers , but will sell me a new fuel module kit with new fuel gauge for about $1000 ( Don't know how much they charge to install ) . Very disappointed since I have BSAs that were produced 45 years ago and can still find basic parts . Read the forum comments from previous years . Thanks to Steppenwolf ( RIP )and LL Cool K and will implement their sage advice .Like to share some information for replacement parts . LL Cool K listed a fuel filter from NAPA part which was great , but was a bit longer the tubes that were larger diameter and had a welded on bracket . While at NAPA the clerk did and exhaustive search for fuel filter based on sizes of the tubes for connection and size of filter . He came up with part # 23129 ProSelect fuel filter . Fits the bracket , the connecting tubes are a bit longer , but correct diameter and will work , be sure to use stainless steel hose clamps . Length is roughly the same . Unlike the original its not marked for " OUT" . The clerk advise me to use the center tube as " OUT " . As for replacement of the fuel pump with screen ( sock pre filter ) , tubing etc - check online Quantum fuel systems or ebay or Fuel Pump factory are just a few suppliers .Price ranges from about $50-70 . Unavailable at NAPA , butthe clerk tried to cross reference the Walbro fuel pump and came up with one for a FIAT model PUNTO Wasn't able to find the pump as a separate item , only as part of the fuel module in tank entire parts which of no use . Rebuilders are Autoline and Cardone listed in my search . As far as the sender for the fuel gauge sender - I intent to clean with carb cleaner and use the Steppenwolf advice to check the contacts . Hope this information helps someone else . If the fuel gauge doesn't work . the bike should still run . Pilots go by " time in your tank " based on pwer settings rather than relying on a gauge . Also I carry an additional small fuel container of about 1 gallon and have never run out of fuel . Anyways just my opinion .