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    Where to buy micro line and fittings?

    Other than Amazon or $5-$8 per fitting at a local field, where is a good place to order plastic microline and the metal fittings?


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    #2
    Mcmaster-carr . they come in boxes of 10ct.. Shipping is the killer on anything now days..

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    • Euphie
      Euphie commented
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      They have everything, I really like the Chemical hose with abrasion covers, they are normal. 3K steel braided line with a black plastic covering that makes it look much nicer and apparently imparts abrasion resistance.

    #3
    I purchase mine at Air Soldier

    https://airsoldier.com/product-categ...ose/macroline/

    My feedback: https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/b...ter-s-feedback

    "I don't need a plan, just an objective"

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      #4
      are you looking for micro or macro fittings? i have some microline fittings i dont think ill ever use. if you are just looking for a few, PM me.

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        #5
        Not to revive a dead one, but this may be useful someday.
        Buy quality fittings, Parker's seem to hold up the longest but Eaton fittings can be rebuilt (certain ones, at least..) - I use a local hydraulic shop.
        For tubing, I have had excellent luck with ATP4 (atp4pneumatics.com) - and used to be able to buy line in 1/4 and smaller on Amazon. Nylochem will get the job done, PTFE is *sometimes* better for microline.

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          #6
          If McMaster Carr has it, that's the answer. I get my macroline and fittings from them exclusively.
          “It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.” -Krishnamurti

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            #7
            Originally posted by Thorny View Post
            Not to revive a dead one, but this may be useful someday.
            Buy quality fittings, Parker's seem to hold up the longest but Eaton fittings can be rebuilt (certain ones, at least..) - I use a local hydraulic shop.
            For tubing, I have had excellent luck with ATP4 (atp4pneumatics.com) - and used to be able to buy line in 1/4 and smaller on Amazon. Nylochem will get the job done, PTFE is *sometimes* better for microline.
            None of the ones I could see had an appropriate pressure rating.

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              #8
              I got my last batch of line from Maggot here on MCB. It is the best line I have bought in a long while. Highly recommend contacting him.

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                #9
                Do NOT purchase from macrolineguy. Took my money, did not respond to any emails and did not send product.

                I ended up buy from ANS gear which may not be the best but at least they sent me the thing I ordered.

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                  #10
                  Originally posted by cougar20th View Post
                  I got my last batch of line from Maggot here on MCB. It is the best line I have bought in a long while. Highly recommend contacting him.
                  Same here, maggot has good stuff, I've never had a problem with anything he has sent me

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                  https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/b...323-s-feedback

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