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Old 10th May, 2002, 04:20 PM
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Links to QuickConnect Hose Fittings

Wandering around I found these two sites that pertain to the push-fit fittings that the Swiftech Q-Power uses..... (unfortunately, I found them too late for the present setup...heh)

They're called: John Guest Fittings (more than likely after the inventor) The home site is: John Guest Fittings

They can be purchased here, but you'll have to know what you're looking for: Cole Palmer Site

Just in case anyone but me was looking for these things....
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Old 10th May, 2002, 05:18 PM
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these guys ones are more professional looking.... the site is hard to get your head around but if you can find a thing that says "image search" somewhere in that mess, and look for pics of what look like connectors your should get there.

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Old 10th May, 2002, 05:52 PM
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they look really similar.
Here's a link to the image search page, then click on the fittings image at the bottom.

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well to my mind they look a little less nasty plasticky dont know why... i may be biased i guess, since they are the preferance on model gas turbines.....
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