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Thread: 10-32nd micro or macroline fittings?

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    Question 10-32nd micro or macroline fittings?

    does anyone make 10-32nd microline or macroline fittings straight or elbowed?

    I need a threading input to be smaller than 1/8 npt but be able to hold the same preasure.

    let me know what you can find.

    I cant find much. and the stuff I am finding I think is for lp air.

    thankyou,
    KNM.
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    here are some…but I'm not sure wat psi you need?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Legris-quick...item4611cf5181

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    here are some…but I'm not sure wat psi you need?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Legris-quick...item4611cf5181
    need enough for normal running of an automag. nothing crazy like 4500 PSI but it would be nice if they are rated high enoughthat I wouldn't have to worry about them.

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    wat out put pressure tank would you be using? 800? 1200?

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    wat out put pressure tank would you be using? 800? 1200?
    I would like to use 1200,

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    wat are you trying to run the air to/from that has 10-32 threads?

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    and wat have you found so far???

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    wat are you trying to run the air to/from that has 10-32 threads?
    trying to keep the wall thickness of the hole for the fitting as thick as possible without look gawdy.
    its for the triplemag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    and wat have you found so far???
    looked at palmers persuit. and McMaster carr
    all seem to be lp, no rating on them so I can only assume low preassure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    trying to keep the wall thickness of the hole for the fitting as thick as possible without look gawdy.
    its for the triplemag.
    CCM fitting…either way a fitting has to be used…tha part that will possibly look gawdy….like you say…will be the airlines to the tank or ASA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    CCM fitting…either way a fitting has to be used…tha part that will possibly look gawdy….like you say…will be the airlines to the tank or ASA?
    remote to the tank, and one or two lines to the marker.
    i just am looking for the smaller threads so that i don't have to make a hunk of metal off the back of this thing to make a distribution block to the 3 valves, also keep it looking somewhat clean with the airlines.

    i probably just repeated myself of ton there sorry.

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    haven't seen a fore grip for this thing yet…is there any plans for that? if not may make/have made a gas-thru that all three lines can attach to up front…then a line from the bottom of the fore grip to the ASA and then ASA to remote. hard line would be pretty clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4reebs View Post
    haven't seen a fore grip for this thing yet…is there any plans for that? if not may make/have made a gas-thru that all three lines can attach to up front…then a line from the bottom of the fore grip to the ASA and then ASA to remote. hard line would be pretty clean.
    yeah forgrip will most likely be made.
    with that idea of yours though, wont there be a lot of lines running around?

    ill shoot you a pm of my idea, video if that ok. maybe two. explaining what im thinking.

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    3 lines to the fore grip/VASA, one line from the bottom of the fore grip to the ASA, and your remote line to the ASA…its just like running air thru a gas thru grip. it will be one more line than my Nasty Mag had on it and that was a clean set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    don't know if any of their's work with high pressure microline.

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    only 10-32 fittings I've found. all else is 1/8 npt. you may have to use a hard line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    only 10-32 fittings I've found. all else is 1/8 npt. you may have to use a hard line.
    hardline would be the same thing as microline.

    the fitting is what im wondering about if it can hold the pressure.

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