Anyone happen to know the size of the o-ring/seals inside the CPC fittings? Apparently, when you let the gas turn into turpentine and the bike sits for 6 years, they can deteriorate enough to get damaged when they start getting exercised...
Not sure if you still need this information, but when I replaced the fittings on my 955i some years ago I got some spare O-rings from Tom Parker. The part number on the bag they came in is C731104, (the Triumph part number I have is T1240181). I could try measuring one tomorrow with a vernier if you would like, but please bear in mind it won't be 100% accurate measuring a loose O-ring for obvious reasons. It will be quite accurate though, good enough I hopeo source replacements, just make sure they are viton & NOT nitrile !!
On another note & just to recap, (sometimes it's difficult to read through threads when they get a bit big to get the info you want !) depending upon the year of your Daytona it can have either one or two fuel pipes as I'm sure everyone knows. My Daytona has two pipes, they are different sizes 10mm & 8mm i/d, (although I really seem to remember the fuel pipes had their i/d's printed on the pipe/hose & it was odd sizes, i.e. 7mm & 9mm). When Triumph supplied replacement fittings I'm sure the first change was different coloured plastic fittings. The red 10mm i/d fitting was part number T1241170 & the smaller white 8mm i/d fitting was part number T1241165. They then replaced these with metal versions, but they did not shut-off the fuel flow when disconnected. Triumph never felt the need to replace the plastic female fittings mounted in the fuel tank.
I never had my male fittings changed for the official replacement parts, instead I preferred to replace all my fittings for the metal CPC versions & ones that had internal shut-offs.
I used their 1/4" (sorry, lost the part number for this item) fitting for the smaller hose & the 3/8" (cLCD230-06V) fitting for the larger hose.