I've got a 2.8i fuel tank fitted to my Mk 2 capri and a couple of times now (the lst time being on the way back from the Classic for show) I topped up the tank and found fuel leaking from the tank around where the filler pipe is. After a few minutes the leakage stops, but it's not acceptable to keep doing this, so it was off with the tank to investigate. Mine is one of the alloy tanks made by GMS capri spares, but it takes all the 2.8i fittings, although the holes have proven to be a bit tight and have needed openeing up a little. Once the tank was out, I immediatly saw the problem. The gromet for the vent valve on these tanks was completely screwed: not too bad... oh dear... I think the chance of getting a new gromet was pretty much zero and any second hand one may not be too good anyway, being 25 years old, I investigated what I could use as an alternative. The internet being a wonderfull thing, I found a solution...which came in a very different box! This is a valve and gromet from a jeep. Capri valve and gromet Vs Jeep valve and gromet. the dimensions seem to be the same in the important areas... and the valve looks good as well Gromet in place.. and the valve in. Very tight fit, but better than my old one! This came from TinleyTech in the UK: Hopefully this will help some one out and a nice piece of investigation work if I say so myself! :smokin: Took about 30 mins to find this all out, which aint bad in my book!