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  • tipper75
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    Originally posted by donaud View Post
    I guess I need to walk the aisles of Home Depot and NAPA more often.
    West Marine

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  • donaud
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    I guess I need to walk the aisles of Home Depot and NAPA more often.

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  • tipper75
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  • Timdogg
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    Ya it was, but if you had said it was for mercriser, I may have been a little impressed!

    Next!

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  • tipper75
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    Water pump impeller, too easy!

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  • Timdogg
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    Man I thought it was way more specific than that! anyway here's an easy one, I'm lazy!

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  • tipper75
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    Next

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  • Timdogg
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    ohh okay, a camlock fitting!

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  • tipper75
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    You are over thinking it. Generally referred to as a "***-**** fitting".

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  • Timdogg
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    Umm..... A high pressure cuppler?

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  • tipper75
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    Nope, no valve You could probably find one in a car wash

    Yahoo said it was for the Ford / Mazda, probably all the same

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  • Timdogg
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    Dry break cuppler, I can see how that would be important with chemicals!

    Btw the slave cylinder was for a honda

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  • tipper75
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    Yes it is a type of quick disconnect, but I am looking for the specific type. They are used with a variety of chemicals.

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  • Timdogg
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    I'm pretty sure its a quick disconnect hose fitting, probably for fuel?

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