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post #17661 of 21157
post #17662 of 21157
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Originally Posted by JunkStar View Post


Looks the same but it not the same because like i said i turn and turn and it just turns it does not unscrew and come apart these fittings are for the 360 predator
post #17663 of 21157
The part with the barb (the left on the picture) should be held with a umbraco(hex key) and then you should be able to turn the right hand part. It might by very difficult to turn so use a pipe wrench (or whatever its called in english) and some towels to hold it tight... And remeber, lefty-loosy righty-tighty...
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Waterpump pliers is it called smile.gif
post #17665 of 21157
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Originally Posted by JunkStar View Post

The part with the barb (the left on the picture) should be held with a umbraco(hex key) and then you should be able to turn the right hand part. It might by very difficult to turn so use a pipe wrench (or whatever its called in english) and some towels to hold it tight... And remeber, lefty-loosy righty-tighty...


its pretty difficult to explain but everything turns left to right and right to left, the fitting has two parts correct and the two parts turn any way you want but it does not unscrew.
post #17666 of 21157
Are you hold the barb piece with a 8mm hex/allen/umbraco key? Then it shouldnt turn...
post #17667 of 21157
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Originally Posted by JunkStar View Post

Are you hold the barb piece with a 8mm hex/allen/umbraco key? Then it shouldnt turn...

turns either way maybe this is a different type of fitting i dont really know
post #17668 of 21157
It really sounds like either ur doing it wrong (sorry) or the threads are completely messed which would surprise me since they seem REALLY sturdy... smile.gif
post #17669 of 21157
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Originally Posted by JunkStar View Post

It really sounds like either ur doing it wrong (sorry) or the threads are completely messed which would surprise me since they seem REALLY sturdy... smile.gif

I am trying to this i think he is using the same fittings i see no screw marks on the fittings do you have to pull or use a hammer ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzlDdae3vgg

post #17670 of 21157
well I had the same issue with these fittings.

what happens is if it is NOT perfectly square (as close to 90 degrees to the base of the fitting), it will spin but not engage the threads...

I'll use this post to update MY EK parts smile.gif

Just received.

2 x Titan XP - Nickel water blocks
2 x Titan XP - Nickel back plates
1 x Supremacy EVO Elite - 2011-v3
1 x EK-FC Triple Parallel - Plexi
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