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My TT Armor LCS pump is making some freaky sounds so i bought a replacment pump/resovioir but it did not come with any hose fitting just drilled holes/threads

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...mp%20-%20Clear
this is the pump i bought

My question is what fittings do i buy for it to fit with the other parts of my thermaltake LCS system. I still wanna use the RAD,Tubes and CPU block.

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=WC-005-EK&groupid=701&catid=193&subcat=1049&name=EK%203/8"%20Hose%20fitting

would 2 of these be all i need? are these compatable with what i have?
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The threaded part of the barbs that fit that res are G1/4, so just use any barbs that are G1/4x whatever tubing size you are running, say G1/4 x 3/8", or G1/4x1/4"...
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Thanks very much iv just found i use 3/8 tubes so those fitting are perfect, one more question though. My current pump has a hose "plug" but after you attach teh hose you then screw a prt down to tighten it. The item listed above does not seem to have that. Is that safe or normal
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Thanks very much iv just found i use 3/8 tubes so those fitting are perfect, one more question though. My current pump has a hose "plug" but after you attach teh hose you then screw a prt down to tighten it. The item listed above does not seem to have that. Is that safe or normal
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Thats a compression fitting on your old pump...With regular barbs you just use 2 or 3 zip-ties on each barb or automotive type worm drive clamps, its safe and what most of us use...Just snug them down real well and you should be fine..
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Brilliant thanks, just ordered the new fittings plus some of the tape you mentioned

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/showp...odid=WC-001-OK

thanks again
Edited by PsYiOn - 6/14/08 at 6:23am
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