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    Macroline fitting o-ring

    Anyone know if they sell a 010-70 BUNA oring for the macro fitting in a hardware store? Could use a few, but only sell by the 100 on Amazon. Thx.


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    Amazon 100 for $6.05
    McMaster 100 for $2.38

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    Quote Originally Posted by azheat99 View Post
    Anyone know if they sell a 010-70 BUNA oring for the maco fitting in a hardware store?
    Hit and miss at ACE

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    You might try NAPA too

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    Yeah, sadly the only way to know if your local hardware store will carry them is if you go to your hardware store and look. I know Lowes and Home Depot don't carry stuff like that, but you might have luck at True Value or Ace. Every store is different, though. I have both near me, and True Value has a much better selection of that small stuff, but it might be different for you.

    Another option is to go to The O-ring Store and order the parts there. You'll still have to pay a few bucks for shipping, but you won't have to get 100 o-rings (most of which will sit in a drawer, forgotten). You can get a few of those, a few tank o-rings, a bunch of other o-rings you might need sometime soon.....etc. That way the shipping doesn't feel like a waste.

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    I sat down a couple months ago and put together a big order from The O-Ring store. Shipping wasn’t bad and I was able to compile my own kits of Urethane sizes using organizers I bought on Amazon. I’ve done several rebuilds so far with no issues with QC.

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    Look up your local Parkerstore or Aeroquip dealer. They stock Basic Buna O-rings. Maybe also your local Cat or CASE dealer. Most of their parts departments stock O-rings. But they can be grouchy dealing with the public on a .05c part.

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