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    OK Lash

    You need to connect two 3/8 female flared fittings right, how about this one; it connects 2 female flared fittings. https://www.supplyhouse.com/Bluefin-...SABEgI2ZfD_BwE
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    will not work Steve...that is flare to flare but the connector style is correct and what I am looking for..https://www.speedwaymotors.com/Brass...yABEgJo9fD_BwE i can get this from trailer supply for $3 but they are only rated at 800 psi...I checked the manufacturers website
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    Somewhere

    I missed that you wanted a T fitting. I thought you were looking for a simple straight coupling to connect two female ends together.
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    I missed it too Mario. I thought he wanted a T, but thought he wanted all 3 outlets to be female flared.
    Vall

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    Hey guys ...thank you for the input...I think I have it figured out and will make up a short double inverted flare end steel line to mate the hose to the Y block...same as A tee block only the outlets are more together...
    Lash

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    Enough is enough

    Had to pour out all my bolt boxes to fine two stupid bolts....took for ever to sort thruuuuuuuu...damn...so I sat down on my shop stool and went to sorting thru the stuff...it still looks chaotic...but ever thing is organised so I can dig thru and not have to dump it out...I did have some thing that installed that did not require a special tool or part...see pics...............lol
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    I've got some old nut and bolt bins with slide out trays that I store hardware in. But they have no dividers inside, so everything is mixed within a certain size. SO I have various 3/8" bolts, nuts, washers, lock washers, all in one bin. It is better than a bucket of parts, but sometimes when I'm getting low I spend several minutes digging through to find a few of the right item.
    I recently restocked a bunch of common nuts and bolts in 3/8" as I found I had little or none in 1.25" length, and almost no nuts or lock washers. I've been ordering them by the box of 50 or 100 as it's cheaper than a handful at my local hardware store. But yesterday I looked for 1/4" lock washers, or locking nuts for 10 minutes, and finally came to the conclusion I need to order both of those also!
    Vall

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    Grab your Condoms

    Had to get some things from crapway motors that only they seem to have...parts $20 bucks shipping and taxes $18 bucks...what a rip on the shipping
    Lash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Road Angels View Post
    Had to get some things from crapway motors that only they seem to have...parts $20 bucks shipping and taxes $18 bucks...what a rip on the shipping
    yeah they are high in shipping especially out here on the east coast.
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    Of which I might be an encouragement to other hotrodders".

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    They're charging high shipping on orders under $100 to cover their free shipping on orders over $100. It's a bummer when I only need a few things from Speedway, and can't make the $100 minimum.
    Vall

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