you can get fittings mail order from states 14,16,and 18m to -6
i measured mine @12 and 14m, so i rang speed flow they are gonna look into it for me,but wanted tread pitch ?but i have no old fittings to measure
Any particular reason for aeroquip stuff other than that you can make it yourself???
I can supply aeroquip style stuff at the same kinda prices as Fay @ Speedflow...
Edit just checked our suppliers website and they don't do metric either.
I CAN make up hoses to pattern/length etc, if you get stuck I could even possibly do them via here and post out, might need to 'see' the fittings (photo's) that the hose will have to fit to as there are no end of 'different' fittings for power steering applications...
i think when had the last set made they strugled with the fittings, so we used the old fittings and made new pipes, i think there an odd thread, but you seems by your post that you have found this out already, i no a place that specialise in breaking jags i suppose you could get them from them which will give you a bit of a start?
havent got ANY fittings to copy or check thred pitch!, i have opted to go for aeroquip fittings,as allstar performance do fittings to take-6 from the rack,but they dont do them in 12m...i can see i need the o ring type fittings as appose to non o ring type ,and one is 12m and the other is 14m...hope this makes sence
how do you no there metric?what are o ring fittings ?my fittings look like giant brake pipe fittings, concaved if remember right, these are fitted to rubber hoses, one is return which is jubilee cliped and low presure, the other is high presure and are swaged together in a machine
As I said, I need to see what type of ends they are, I can swage up high pressure hydraulic hoses at work (that's what we do) but would need samples of ends...
p.s. we do o'ring type ends, but if they are the ones I think you mean they are OE ends only, although I do know where I can get adapters to make hose assembly easier, if you want to have a chat about options give me a ring at work 01162761131 and ask for Guy...!!!
I only know thats what Mark had to do when putting a jag rack on to his chevy truck a few years back. I think the chevy pulley created too much pressure. That was with a chevy pump though so if you use the jag pump it should be tickety boo.
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