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Any body used the C89 with 16mm yet ? would like some feed back.

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post #22 of 26
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Originally Posted by 1911Savage View Post

I just tried something with the 16mm compression fittings.

I had noticed that each fitting came with an extra o-ring. I thought it was just in case you lost or damaged one but after looking closer I noticed the extra one was a little bit thicker than the one installed in the fitting. I used the thicker o-ring and now it fits like it is supposed to. With the skinnier o-ring the tube was extremely easy to pull out and I knew that wasn't right.

Problem solved.

Thanks!

wrong . that thicker o ring goes over tube in between the top cap and the bottom fitting . you should be using both . that is how the compression works properly
post #23 of 26
look where the o ring is under the cap . that is where it should stay .
post #24 of 26
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Originally Posted by {Dr. Rockso} View Post

look where the o ring is under the cap . that is where it should stay .

Here is a picture of what I'm talking about:



There is an o-ring in the body that stays where it is, of course.

There were (2) o-rings supplied for the cap. What I'm saying is that I used the fatter o-ring instead of the skinnier one. You're not supposed to use BOTH o-rings in the cap.
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post #25 of 26
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Originally Posted by 1911Savage View Post

Here is a picture of what I'm talking about:



There is an o-ring in the body that stays where it is, of course.

There were (2) o-rings supplied for the cap. What I'm saying is that I used the fatter o-ring instead of the skinnier one. You're not supposed to use BOTH o-rings in the cap.

I see now . that is good to know . I too am getting ready to use thies fittings in my new build . so it will be good to know this .
thanks for the heads up and sorry for the misunderstanding .
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