I took my 32k-mile '03 R1150GS out for a ride yesterday, and when I stopped after only a few miles to take a picture I smelled a strong odor of gasoline - and found where gas had run down the fuel lines from under the right side of the tank and dripped down on the transmission. I wiped it all off with a rag and pulled gently on the lines... no more fuel leaked. Started the bike and pulled on the lines some more... no leak. Got back on and rode a couple more miles and stopped & checked again (engine running)... still no leak. Went ahead and completed my ride (about 80 miles) and never saw/smelled any more gas. Well it came from somewhere, so I suspect there's a small crack in one of the original plastic QD's (as I've read plenty about on here). wherever it is, I don't want it letting go in the middle of my next long ride (I just got back from A 1200-mile ride last week!), so I'm going to replace the QD's, ALL of the fuel lines - internal and external, the in-tank fuel filter, and the pump strainer/sock (and check out the tank liner situation & address that too if needed). That should keep any fuel-related issues at bay for a few years - barring a pump failure. I'm working up an order with BeemerBoneyard right now... chrome plated brass QDs, Replacement Fuel Line Kit W/Clamps, Fuel Filter, Oilhead Fuel Filter Change O-Ring & Hose Clamp Kit, and the new Fuel Pump Strainer. What I CAN'T find on there is any replacement parts for the INTERNAL lines. Can somebody please point me to what I need for that? I've tried searching in here, and found a reference to a Gates part# for the two larger internal lines - that I could just get at a NAPA store... and someone said you don't even need to worry about the smaller (vent) lines in there - so maybe that's all I need. Anyway... if anyone can clarify - and/or let me know what else I should get/do while I'm at it, I'd certainly appreciate it! Also considering bypassing the fuel vapor canister... still need to read up on that a little more. Any advice in that area is appreciated as well. Thanks!