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COPPER TUBING

From $1.95 to $3.75
O.D.(in) Wall
Thickness
Part No. Price per Ft. Buy
1/8.030
03-40900
$1.95
Quantity
1/4.030
03-41000
$2.75
Quantity
5/16.032
03-41100
$3.15
Quantity
3/8.032
03-41200
$3.75
Quantity
1/2.032
03-41250
$3.65
Quantity
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Overview

Seamless copper tubing for primer, fuel and oil pressure lines. 10 Ft. minimum per size.

20% discount for full 50ft soft coils of Copper Tubing.
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This is a hard to find item and very specific. Good product and good price

Joseph
March 5, 2021

Flatten in a vise and make custom individual bus connections between circuit breakers. Cover exposed sections with red shrink tubing for a nice finish!

W R
December 1, 2020

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Barbara S
May 27, 2019

It worked great for replacing a cracked primer line. Soft copper, easily flared, sealed with compression fittings and flared AN fittings. Flexible for easy installation.

David L
April 9, 2019

I used this as part of a primer line installation on a 0-320 Lycoming. It worked well, the challenge was attaching the cone to the copper tubing, a machine shop had to braze it. The nozzle ports needed a 1/8 npt tap run down the cylinder to allow enough thread engagement for the nozzle. The copper tubing is challenging to flare since it is so small, re-doing a flare was needed to make a leak free connection.

David S
December 31, 2020

It was fine.

Michael H
October 14, 2020

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