|Nylon II Tube 1/4"|
|Nylon II Tube 1/8"|
|Union Brass Fitting 1/4"|
|T-Fitting, 1/4" Compression|
|Compression Fitting For 1/8" OD Tube|
|Straight 1/8" NPT - 1/4" Compression|
|Straight 1/8" NPT - 1/8" Compression|
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|Brass Elbow, 90° 1/8" NPT - 1/4" Compression|
|Brass Elbow, 90° 1/8" NPT - 1/8" Compression|
|1/8" Ferrule and Nut|
|1/4" Ferrule and Nut|
|Matco brake tubes, brass fittings, straight fittings, elbow fittings, T-fittings, ferrules, & nuts.|
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Gotta have these just in case of a seeping brake line. Finger tight and one turn of the wrench and you’re back in business.
Great fittings for aircraft brake lines. Makes connections very easy.
Bought the 06-01139 (90 degree) and it works fantastic with my grove brakes to connect the caliper to the nylon brake line. quality product and cheap!
Hi quality parts that fit well. The inner sleeve holds line nicely
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The ID of this would be .073". Wall thickness would be .026". Bursting pressure of 2,100 PSI, working pressure of 600 PSI. The manufacture would be Parker.
The tubing listed on this page is priced and sold per foot.
Yes they come as shown in the photo.
No they will be for 1/4" tubing.
This will have a burst pressure of 1700 psi. The ID is 0.215" while the wall thickness is 0.035".