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  1. #27
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    I also like the YJ's with the ball valve built in at the end. Its better than anything else I've used over time.

    I have these. I haven't tried them yet, but they look promising. Has anyone else used them? Are they any good?






  2. #28
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    those look great!!
    for guys working on small krapp there might be a problem getting them to fit sometimes


    Quote Originally Posted by newoldtech View Post
    I also like the YJ's with the ball valve built in at the end. Its better than anything else I've used over time.

    I have these. I haven't tried them yet, but they look promising. Has anyone else used them? Are they any good?





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  3. #29

    mark simms hvac

    Quote Originally Posted by adamste81 View Post
    need help with finding a low loss fitting for the high side of my gauges. the manifold i bought did not come with low loss fittings on the hoses so i need an adapter. teacher told us we could find them for $10-$15 but so far all I see online is $40-$50. anyone know a good place to find this piece? thanks in advance.
    .you can order from johnstone hvac supply house on line,i seen it for 20 dollars on that website.

  4. #30
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    Mobile, Alabama, United States
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    I think that the OP probably has what they need by now..... 3 years later

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