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    UNF to metric brake connector

    Hi, does anybody know where I might be able to get a brake connector with male ends which has a 3/8 UNF thread on one end and an M10 thread on the other end.

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    Re: UNF to metric brake connector

    hi pal u should be able to get one at your local hydrolic pipe manufactures or makers

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    Re: UNF to metric brake connector

    ^^^ Like Woody said, we sell them at work (Hydraulic suppliers)....

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    Re: UNF to metric brake connector

    Got a whole bunch of stuff here like that... Except I'm on a ship in the arctic So no real help there! But as already said, hydraulic manufacturers should be able to sort you out. Of, if you are feeling a bit flash, get yourself a brass or stainless solid hex rod, drill the centre, and cut your own threads (as I've often had to do for both hydraulic and compressed air fittings). You'll need a lathe too, so probably not much help there...

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    Re: UNF to metric brake connector

    Can you get an adaptor that has a 24TPI male fitting (I think this is normal on yank brakes) and a 27TPI female fitting?

    I got a new master cylinder delivered yesterday, it's been tapped out to 24TPI. I also ordered a brass block that screws in to it, but it gets very tight quickly so I checked it and it's been cut at 27TPI.

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