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Old 10-27-2009, 08:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Classic RT valve/ hard line fittingd

Are these hard to come by? Been searchign for a while, and no one seems to have one avail.

this is for the Air-through RT body/rail.


also need front hardline fitting, what size is it?
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Get one from CCi and just cut it down?
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Old 10-27-2009, 10:27 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I found high pressure fittings and some coated steel hardline (for car brakes) on ebay.

I'll see if I can find you some sizes when I have a chance. I believe I found the parts via McMaster-Carr and then googled for prices.
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Old 10-28-2009, 10:08 PM   #4 (permalink)
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A good source for small parts... I have used them for SS Hypo tube to make custom hard lines.

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HYPO Tube S/S 304-RW 8GA .165 OD X .135 ID 36"

I used the exact same fittings that came on the Phantom VSC. The rubber hose that is used with the fittings for the phantom are a bit tight over the out side but I found it was easier to slide them from the phantom tube onto the Hypo tube. Also the inside diameter is much larger, thinner walled, on the hypo tube than the one that is delivered with the Phantom VSC.

I've noticed that Doc Nickel makes a fitting less hose and thought that I would like to try that the next time I need to make a hard line for a marker. I believe he is silver soldering the threaded part of a machined down fitting to the pre bent tube.
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I have alum hardline like this if your intrested

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MANN- Do you have fittings as well?
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thanks for all the info, appreciate it

now i need to find one of these classic RT valves.
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MANN- Do you have fittings as well?
yes fittings and aluminum hardline.
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Good luck with the RT search Tbaggin! Mann, I may be contacting you sometime in the future for some of that hardline stuff!
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