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Old 12-10-2003, 10:17 PM
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I'm trying to find some AN fittings. I saw these in a magazine somewhere. They are the standard annodized AN fitting for braided line, but with a twist. They are a disconnect. Like what you see for a airline. They will seal both ends of the line so the fluid does't spill out. Does anybody know who was making these?
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Russels hose make them.Most people use them on the tran lines on a car.I would not use them on something that needs to flow a certian amount ,Areoquip makes them in steel.

I use them on my Hustler for the engine oil drain hose kit. Quick conect on a hose thats plumed to the oil pan . and a teal pump that sucks out the oil . no drips ,a clean oil change
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Darn. I was really hoping to find something for the oil lines.
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Aeroquip does make quick disco's in aluminum; used for hydraulic GPU connections on jets.
Aeroquip E-155-25 series couplings (add dash - number as required i.e. -12D etc). for female side, B3004S4 for male side. I have seen them in sizes as large as -16D. They are EXTREMELY pricey; upwards of $350 or more per fitting, cost, depending on vendor.
Get into your McMaster-Carr catalog- they have a bunch of styles in brass, steel, and stainless at a little easier-to-stomach price. (pg206 in new catalog.
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