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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-01-2018, 12:39 AM - Thread Starter
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Monsoon Hardline Fittings - What Goes Where?


I'm about to start my first hard tube loop and I have some Monsoon Free Center Hardline Fittings, the type that come with the acrylic collar's which you glue to the ends of your tubing.

The problem is there are no instructions, I have found tutorials on YouTube on fitting the collars to the tubing, but my question is regarding the washers and O-rings.

I have two O-rings (1 black and 1 white, the same colour as the fitting) and two flat washers for each fittings and I'm not sure how many of the O-rings/ washers to use or where to use them.

My current thinking is that one of the O-rings (depending on personal preference) goes around the G1/4 fitting and one of the flat washers goes on the compression side under the acrylic collar. This would leave me with 1 spare O-ring and 1 spare flat washer.

Does this sound right?

Many thanks.
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Just going to update this in case anyone else has this issue in the future.

I emailed Monsoon yesterday about this and they got back to me straight away, excellent customer service. Anyway they confirmed that that one O-ring goes on the G1/4 end and 1 flat washer goes on the compression side.
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