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    black macro fittings?

    is ccm the only company that makes gloss black macro fittings in 90*? ive heard the O-rings in them blow at higher psi settings; has anyone used them say at 1000 or 1100 psi output?

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    ive seen all colors but i think they are just painted and the color fades or chips away, i have ccm fitting on almost all of my mags and dont think i have ever had a fitting oring blow, only the actual macroline...but im sure there is always a first for everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by keiko_819 View Post
    ive seen all colors but i think they are just painted and the color fades or chips away, i have ccm fitting on almost all of my mags and dont think i have ever had a fitting oring blow, only the actual macroline...but im sure there is always a first for everything
    I run ccm fittings on both my mags and feed them with an SHP reg set to 1100. No problems so far

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    cool, thanks guys

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    ninja makes black macroline fittings, search for them.

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    no problem at 1200 either

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    and ccm tests their stuff, im sure, and im betting they put a pretty high amount of pressure through more then we would probably use. but then again we can feed our valves a full 3000PSI if we want.

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    You can't go wrong with these:
    http://www.macrolineguy.com/categori...line-Fittings/

    I have dozens of them and never had a problem. My eMag uses a 1200 psi output SP inline Max Flo.

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    nice, thanks for the option

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