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    Posted: May-22-2020 at 4:37pm
Does any one know what size thread is on both ends of this inlet fitting?
I know the one side is a flared fitting thread but what size and the part that screws into the carb base, what size? TIA
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote KENO Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-22-2020 at 4:54pm
7/8-20 and 5/8-18

Must be price shopping
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote KENO Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-22-2020 at 5:05pm
If you're good you can get three for the price of that NP one

Then again.......................If you're real good you can get 4

And..............if you're really really good you can get 5
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How about this one?

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The Holley / QuickFuel price is $9.00

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Actually what I was thinking is... Is there a 90* fitting available That can work in the quick fuel 600 and still use the original solid fuel line.
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Originally posted by gun-driver gun-driver wrote:

Actually what I was thinking is... Is there a 90* fitting available That can work in the quick fuel 600 and still use the original solid fuel line.


That's a totally different question

Lotsa luck

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Originally posted by KENO KENO wrote:

Originally posted by gun-driver gun-driver wrote:

Actually what I was thinking is... Is there a 90* fitting available That can work in the quick fuel 600 and still use the original solid fuel line.


That's a totally different question

Lotsa luck


The closest you could get is to use a inverted flare 90.



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Thanks Pete I was just thinking if you could find a fitting like this in a 9/16 x 9/16 then go with the stock fitting from there.
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If you’re trying to save a few dollars, grab a couple Edelmann 821660 and some A1 hose + clamps.
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Originally posted by 8122pbrainard 8122pbrainard wrote:


The closest you could get is to use a inverted flare 90.



Pete, That looks like a standard hydraulic hose fitting. That would require hydraulic hose which would also require a similar fitting on the opposite end. They also need to be crimped on by a hydraulic crimp machine. I had a machine to do that with when I had an excavating company but sold it with the equipment, very costly.   Guess you could have a hose shop make them for you.
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