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Brass fill caps for Micro-Reservoirs and Bay Reservoirs

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After a lot of searching I found these replacement caps for the odd sizes on
the Micro-Reservoirs and most of the bay type Reservoirs.


McMaster and Carr on page 807

Hope this helps anyone needing a good replacement cap.
size for micro res is pg7 and most others is pg11 towards the bottom of the page.
These are nickle plated brass.
Link
http://www.mcmaster.com/nav/enter.asp?pagenum=0807
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Can you include a link please?
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post #3 of 5
What's the produce number?

The Swiftech Micro res cap is much smaller than most bay type reservoirs.

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Can you include a link please?
You can't link to products on McMasters but here is the main site: www.mcmaster.com/
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Hey Thanks I hadn't even thought about looking there and I look there a lot... ...Some of the PG sizes should work great on the Swifty micro-res...
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post #5 of 5
Awesome. I actually need one to fit into the res port of my Micro myself, so I can extend to a case-mounted fill port.

What exact specifications does it list, so I can do a search?

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What's the produce number?You can't link to products on McMasters but here is the main site: www.mcmaster.com/
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