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Old 08-17-2013, 08:51 PM   #1
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I need one more fitting for my master cylinder and I can't find it anywhere! I need one with a 9/16-18 female end and a 3/8-24 male end. It seems impossible to find. I could also make it work with a fitting that has a 1/2 female end and a 3/8-24 male end. Anyone know where I can purchase any of these fittings?
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Try Jegs.

http://www.jegs.com/s/customercare/contacts.html

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Call or email them. They are better at finding stuff.
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Try Jegs.

http://www.jegs.com/s/customercare/contacts.html

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Call or email them. They are better at finding stuff.
I will call them right now thanks. If all else fails and I can't find one of the 2 that I need can I just connect three adapters together to get to the size I need? I need to go from a male 9/16-18 brake line to a 3/8-24 female end in my new mast cylinder. Could I just get a fitting with a female 9/16-18 to connect to the 9/16-18 brake line and this fitting has a 1/2-20 male end. Then use a fitting with a 1/2-20 female and 7/16 male. Then finally a 7/16 female to a 3/8-24 male? Get what I am trying to say?
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Yes. As long as you have room for it and tighten them correctly. Hopefully Jegs or someone can fix you up. I never got stumped by brass fittings on my car because I had a local store with a great inventory. Remember you can use elbows if you have to make room.
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Old 08-17-2013, 11:15 PM   #5
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Ok thanks. Here is a link to a chart of fittings napa has.

http://www.napabeltshose.com/~/media...sFittings.ashx

Do I have to use fittings under the "Dual Master Cylinder Adapter" category? Or can i use some from the "Male Pipe to Female Inverted - Brass" section
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As long as the fittings are the right type, it doesn't matter. If you can work with Napa it might be better because you can show them what you need.
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Make your own line with the right fittings its pretty easy just need a double flaring tool and a tubing bender i made all new lines for my car
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Make your own line with the right fittings its pretty easy just need a double flaring tool and a tubing bender i made all new lines for my car
Yea I just did that this past weekend. Thanks
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