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    Shortest air thru?

    As the title states I'm trying to find the shortest(under 3", close to 2") grip available(excluding the CP mini gas thru). Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Seems like I've searched everywhere and can't find a good solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merce
    As the title states I'm trying to find the shortest(under 3", close to 2") grip available(excluding the CP mini gas thru). Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Seems like I've searched everywhere and can't find a good solution.
    I used a cp 1" reg extender with agd mag asa

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakebite
    I used a cp 1" reg extender with agd mag asa
    Now there's a good idea. What do you use to connect the hose/macroline to the extender though? Or do you just run it straight to the valve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merce
    Now there's a good idea. What do you use to connect the hose/macroline to the extender though? Or do you just run it straight to the valve?
    I use a ca reducer with macro, old school I still use kapp drop forwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merce
    Now there's a good idea. What do you use to connect the hose/macroline to the extender though? Or do you just run it straight to the valve?
    My bad it might be called an asa plug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakebite
    My bad it might be called an asa plug.
    Yup, found it
    Basically a remote line adapter that I can screw the fittings in. Surprised how this passed under my radar lol
    Know of any lower profile T fittings? Everything I've seen is bulky brass.
    Thanks for the help though.
    Last edited by Merce; 11-23-2012 at 10:17 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merce
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    Yup, found it
    Basically a remote line adapter that I can screw the fittings in. Surprised how this passed under my radar lol
    Know of any lower profile T fittings? Everything I've seen is bulky brass.
    Thanks for the help though.
    I used a 45 npt macro fitting with a straight macro

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