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You could have just asked me, lol. Or read my review or something.

One source for various sizes:
http://www.zorotools.com/g/00045615/k-G3002456?srccode=cii_13736960&cpncode=33-116927342-2&=&utm_source=channel_intelligence&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=shopping
http://www.parker.com/portal/site/PARKER/menuitem.b90576e27a4d71ae1bfcc510237ad1ca/?vgnextoid=c38888b5bd16e010VgnVCM1000000308a8c0RCRD&vgnextfmt=default
Primer and paint... just be sure to cover the threads and stick a pipe in so you don't screw up the internals.

ie make a fitting popsicle:
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Genius! This means I can use 3/8" copper and not spend a fortune! And since you are close to me, I could borrow your bender! (hopefully)!

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Genius! This means I can use 3/8" copper and not spend a fortune! And since you are close to me, I could borrow your bender! (hopefully)!

Jeffinslaw

And if he doesn't I can lend you mine. It's for 10mm and 3/8" is 9.55mm so you might have to wrap the tube with duct tape to make up for the 0.45mm.
In fact, come to think of it, you could help me too, scratch each other's back kinda thing.

I would prefer to get 10mm pipes over 3/8" ones. I can lend you the bender and you can get order the tubing I require since McMaster won't ship to Canada.
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I do not recommend sanding tube,even a small scratch will compromise the waterseal.
The cammozi fittings have any thread you like,you specify on ordering.
They also don't use the toothed ring method,their fitting is more like a Chinese finger trap.

Interesting method

On a side note... I hate Chinese finger traps, lol.

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Originally Posted by hammerforged View Post

Yeah I understand that. BSPP = G 1/4 Im just saying that you cannot order them in a standard pipe diameter such as 3/8" and have BSPP threads. They have to be NPTF which is why I would be ordering the adapters. Metric pipe size is very hard to come by in the states.

Sorry if Im causing any confusion ha.
Thanks for the info.

So would I be able to use the stainless steel with the Cammozi fittings? Any suggestions?

Thanks for the help guys.

Be sure to practice a lot before you mess with stainless.

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Genius! This means I can use 3/8" copper and not spend a fortune! And since you are close to me, I could borrow your bender! (hopefully)!

Jeffinslaw

lol. Yeah, main reason I went with those fittings. Didn't want to mess around with metric tubing. And maybe, lol.
 
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Primer and paint... just be sure to cover the threads and stick a pipe in so you don't screw up the internals.
The fittings pictured appear to be of brass fittings. The problem with nickel is that it's a lot harder and smoother, much like chrome. And primer will not stick to it.
I own a motorcycle which I customize. I got rid of all my chrome and painted it black. I had to dechrome the parts because the primer and paint would not stick to the smooth chrome surfaces.

Unfortunately, dechroming the fittings would eat away the plastic collar. And if these fittings are like other push connect fittings I worked with, I have no idea how to take the collar off to dechrome the part.

Im probably going to go with 10mm pipes since those fittings come in plastic and would be much easier to paint.y
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The fittings pictured appear to be of brass fittings. The problem with nickel is that it's a lot harder and smoother, much like chrome. And primer will not stick to it.
I own a motorcycle which I customize. I got rid of all my chrome and painted it black. I had to dechrome the parts because the primer and paint would not stick to the smooth chrome surfaces.

Unfortunately, dechroming the fittings would eat away the plastic collar. And if these fittings are like other push connect fittings I worked with, I have no idea how to take the collar off to dechrome the part.

Im probably going to go with 10mm pipes since those fittings come in plastic and would be much easier to paint.y

Mine (ones pictured) are nickel plated brass... Just need the right primer if you want to paint them.
 
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I'm kind of confused about this fitting from Koolance that says: "Fitting Single for OD 10mm (3/8in) Soft Copper Pipe". Is this for a 10mm pipe or a 3/8" pipe? They also have one for a 13mm (1/2in). Has anyone ever tried these?

The product numbers for these two start with NZL (nozzle):
NZL-CU10
NZL-CU13

But apparently Koolance also has products that start with ADT (adapter):
ADT-CU10
ADT-CU13

The ADT (adapters) are more interesting since it has a G1/4" female at the other end which can accept a low profile male-male adapter more slimmer than the one found on the NZL which will make the whole thing a bit shorter. And if you bought the ADT-CU13 and a male-male adapter, it's cheaper than the NZL. Are there any cons to doing this?
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So I placed an order on aquatuning for the 10mm push fittings but they say they will be out of stock till at leaste the end of the month. Any other places I can get black 10mm straight fittings?
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I'm kind of confused about this fitting from Koolance that says: "Fitting Single for OD 10mm (3/8in) Soft Copper Pipe". Is this for a 10mm pipe or a 3/8" pipe? They also have one for a 13mm (1/2in). Has anyone ever tried these?

I have no experience with any of these. But I get the feeling they are good for both 3/8" and 10mm pipes. It's only less than 0.5mm difference between these two.
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So I placed an order on aquatuning for the 10mm push fittings but they say they will be out of stock till at leaste the end of the month. Any other places I can get black 10mm straight fittings?
They have an European site too. But you will have extra shipping to pay for.
http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/
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Guys I think you need to check this site out, they sell Camozzi fittings that were on these pages awhile back:

http://www.e22.biz/watercooling.aspx
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