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Old 07-28-2017, 12:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Pro-Lite vertical adapter question

Here's the picture of the vertical adapter and how I tried to set it up. When I set it up this way, the macro line will pop-out of the valve fitting. Am I suppose to remove the fitting that goes into the valve and put a reduction fitting in? Or is there something else I am supposed to do? Also is it better to use two- 90 degree fitting or the straight 90 degree fitting that came with it?

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Edit.. You don't have the adapter installed to run the standard fitting.

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It should work like that, if you crank down (not into the valve, you need to grab the brass part with a wrench, might want to take it out) the sleeve should compress inside the fitting and hold it in. But you can just use the macro fitting if you want to. Remove the factory fitting from the valve and thread the strait macro fitting into the valve.

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Edit.. You don't have the adapter installed to run the standard fitting.

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If i'm understanding your comment correctly, you are incorrect. He's using a prolite, so the threading into the valve is 1/8" npt.
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It should work like that, if you crank down (not into the valve, you need to grab the brass part with a wrench, might want to take it out) the sleeve should compress inside the fitting and hold it in. But you can just use the macro fitting if you want to. Remove the factory fitting from the valve and thread the strait macro fitting into the valve.


If i'm understanding your comment correctly, you are incorrect. He's using a prolite, so the threading into the valve is 1/8" npt.
You are probably correct. Its been a long time since I've swapped mine. I just assumed they where the same as mine in the pictures

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Yeah my Prolite is plumbed from the vert adapter to the valve with an elbow on the asa and steel braided right into he valve. Simple and effective, if you can find the right length of hose.
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