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I just got some alphacool 45 degree rotary fittings and i noticed that the point where it rotates has a little wobble, is this normal for rotaries or do you think that i should get them replaced.
    
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I have a few bitspower rotary fittings and none of them "wobble". I'd call where I purchased them and speak to them about them.
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My Phobya rotaries have a slight wobble to them until they are screwed in. Try mounting a couple to a loose component like a res with some tubing and doing a quick leak test if you are concerned.
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My Phobya rotaries have a slight wobble to them until they are screwed in. Try mounting a couple to a loose component like a res with some tubing and doing a quick leak test if you are concerned.

i was planning on doing that, the actual rotary action is smooth and "hard" to turn (like the resistance from the o-ring when tightening a fitting) but like i said it has a slight wobble.
    
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tried a leak test and no leaks thumb.gif now i just gotta finish building my loop, thanks for the help
    
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