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Old December 31st 06, 10:41 AM posted to demon.local,uk.rec.driving,uk.rec.caravanning,rec.aviation.products,comp.os.os2.advocacy
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Default Pnuematic air line fittings?

Phil Kyle wrote:
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I half remember asking this before, but I have still not managed to
resolve it.

I am trying to match an air line fitting commonly used on imported air
equipment that sold by the likes of Aldi, Lidle and etc.. I have
already tried Thorite, Machine Mart and others which were not able to
help, or even identify the fittings used. The plug has a single ring
around it to retain it in the quick release socket and did manage a few
years ago to get hold of one, although I cannot now remember where I
got it from.

The type is almost identical to one I saw in a hardware type shop, but
none the less didn't fit.

The plug looks a little like this...

----------\_____/\___
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_____ ___|
----------/ \/

Clues please as to the name of the fitting and a possible source would
be greatly appreciated. All of my garage equipment uses this fitting,
so I am not keen to use any other.


It's called an epileptic fitting.


This thread sounds like it belongs in rec.aviation.products.

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