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Old 04-13-2005, 09:31 PM
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Anyone know where I can find the female quick connect for this oil drainer hose on my Cig?? It would be the piece I could hook to the hose going into the 12v pump out kit. TIA
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Any hydrualic shop will stock them, I believe that is the Agracultural style quick disconnect but i cant tell for sure without looking closer, the best thing to do would be to take it off and take it with you but like i said any hydraulic shop will stock it.
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Thanks hillbilly24. The other pics I took were blurry and would not provide any better look at it I will first have to find a hydraulic shop, I guess

Temporarily, I unscrewed that piece in the picture and I took an air hose quick connect male/female and screwed it on. Female side on the boat's drain hose (pictured) and male side on the 12v pump out. It worked fine, got the oil out, but want to go back to this setup.
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I bought mine at a hydrualic shop called Ms rubber.Heres a pick of what I did.
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Any Parker Store will have it.... they seem to be in most decent sized cities... look them up in the yellow pages... they made all the lines for my oil system.
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what city do you live in, I can find some near you, I have hundreds of lists of that kinda krap, I work for Wiggins Lift, we make Marina forklift and I have the wonderfull job of being the field warranty and customer service rep for the east coast so I keep lists of shops like that all over the place.
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what city do you live in, I can find some near you, I have hundreds of lists of that kinda krap, I work for Wiggins Lift, we make Marina forklift and I have the wonderfull job of being the field warranty and customer service rep for the east coast so I keep lists of shops like that all over the place.
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Thanks 'Foul and Strip ... I'll check.
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try Ram Hydraulics. they are in Bayville wich I think is real close to you the # is (732)237-0904
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