what exactly is the name for them,,,that goes on end of double flared hardlines?..anybody got a part # or more info bout this,would be greatly appreciated....thankx,,MO
well, if you go with compression, then no flares needed.Originally posted by wired62@Jul 21 2005, 09:54 PM
yeah,,,dont u need double flaring tool?,,that would be double flared?
im assuming,,that what u need if it was 3/8'' would be,,,3/8'' stainless stell compression fittings.....???
Originally posted by 216RIDER@Jul 21 2005, 07:39 PM
well, if you go with compression, then no flares needed.
otherwise you need to go with 37° flares, also known as JIC fittings.
save the double flare tools for your brakelines
flare toolOriginally posted by wired62@Jul 21 2005, 10:52 PM
what does people normally use?..more info,and pics, part number,,all that good stuff,,,,list of what i need besides the tubing itself
Originally posted by air280@Jul 22 2005, 02:43 AM
as 216 says, use Parker flaring tools and nuts. compresion ends are easier but flares are neater and more secure
is it close to the same principle as air lines, for air bag set-ups?,,,how it has the ferrel, and all thatOriginally posted by 216RIDER@Jul 22 2005, 02:41 PM
they have a ferrule that bites into the tube, and provides the seal and the mechanical retention all in one
all you do it tighten the flareless fitting (Swagelok,Parker) and the ferrul tightens on the stainless tube.Originally posted by Chris@Jul 22 2005, 01:44 PM
and most hydraulic places will have these?