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Found these on newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835708106
How many would I need? And +rep
Those will definitely do. You will save a ton of money by going barbs, but compression fittings are just sexy. Also remember to get some 45 and 90 degree compression fitting ROTARIES. There are quite a few uses for them, and unless you are planning your loop 100% before you have parts in your case you might be stuck ordering some later before finishing the build.

The important thing is that your tubing is 1/2" ID 3/4" OD, and so are you compression fittings.

edit: You need 2 for each part except for the pump. You'll need some tube clamps if you don't go with an after market top, which will then require fittings instead of the plastic ones included on the stock top.
Edited by CanadianReaper7 - 4/13/11 at 6:31pm
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Those will definitely do. You will save a ton of money by going barbs, but compression fittings are just sexy. Also remember to get some 45 and 90 degree compression fitting ROTARIES. There are quite a few uses for them, and unless you are planning your loop 100% before you have parts in your case you might be stuck ordering some later before finishing the build.

The important thing is that your tubing is 1/2" ID 3/4" OD, and so are you compression fittings.

edit: You need 2 for each part except for the pump. You'll need some tube clamps if you don't go with an after market top, which will then require fittings instead of the plastic ones included on the stock top.
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