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post #1341 of 2149
So I am near the end of getting my loop put together and I just realized that I need 1 more fitting. The only problem is the only place I know to get 10mm push fittings in on Aquatuning, but for me to get one fitting cost 20 dollars for shipping. I can't bring myself pay 20 dollars for a 3 to 4 dollar item. So, does anyone know another website, preferably in the US that fittings that will work with 10mm copper piping. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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post #1342 of 2149
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Originally Posted by Scottagecheeze View Post

So I am near the end of getting my loop put together and I just realized that I need 1 more fitting. The only problem is the only place I know to get 10mm push fittings in on Aquatuning, but for me to get one fitting cost 20 dollars for shipping. I can't bring myself pay 20 dollars for a 3 to 4 dollar item. So, does anyone know another website, preferably in the US that fittings that will work with 10mm copper piping. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

I found these, but they are out of stock sadly :/.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_346_997_1200&products_id=33853

I'm trying to find some on FrozenCPU.com but all they have is the Koolance fittings that only work with imperial not metric.
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post #1343 of 2149
I just bit the bullet and ordered the stuff I needed, to justify it I added some tools. Good thing I have bill me later on PayPal
post #1344 of 2149
Alright so I ordered a 10mm metric bender from eBay for $17. The seller used 2 day selling, shipped Friday night with usps and I still haven't receieved. Checked the tracking and today usps shipped it to some other state after it came into my state. Usually I pay the extra $10 for anyone but usps to ship it. It doesn't look like I'll get it for a while. Does anyone wanna sell me theirs or let me borrow theirs?
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post #1345 of 2149
Hey guys. Quick question. I was using the 10mm aquatuning fittings. I wanted to see how deep the tubing went into the fitting so I pushed one all the way in and now it's stuck. It won't come out. Any ideas how to do this?
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post #1346 of 2149
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Originally Posted by PillarOfAutumn View Post

Hey guys. Quick question. I was using the 10mm aquatuning fittings. I wanted to see how deep the tubing went into the fitting so I pushed one all the way in and now it's stuck. It won't come out. Any ideas how to do this?

You have to push the release ring in as you pull the tube out.

BTW - the tube goes 19mm into the fitting when its fully seated/inserted.
Edited by Escovado - 11/24/13 at 11:07am
post #1347 of 2149
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Originally Posted by PillarOfAutumn View Post

Hey guys. Quick question. I was using the 10mm aquatuning fittings. I wanted to see how deep the tubing went into the fitting so I pushed one all the way in and now it's stuck. It won't come out. Any ideas how to do this?

Thats the reason I put the fittings on both ebds of the tube then screw it in. Same aafor taking the pipe out. Unscrew then take the pipe out.

Squeeze the ring down and pull. Very hard to do when attached inside pc.
post #1348 of 2149
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Thats the reason I put the fittings on both ebds of the tube then screw it in. Same aafor taking the pipe out. Unscrew then take the pipe out.

Squeeze the ring down and pull. Very hard to do when attached inside pc.

I concur.
post #1349 of 2149
Then how do you size and bend the pipes? I use the fittings to form the pipes and then I try to jam them in.
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post #1350 of 2149
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Then how do you size and bend the pipes? I use the fittings to form the pipes and then I try to jam them in.

Oh this is after you have bent the pipes and everything is ready to go.
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