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Old 03-01-2013, 09:19 PM   #258
jnorth85
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Originally Posted by Serkan View Post
So there isn't a correct fitting to replace the 9894DBH ??
No,
He informed me that we should cut off the OEM fitting and braze/weld on a AN based fitting. They offer the weld-on fittings.

The other alternative is to machine in a bevel to the 9894DBH this would help mate up to the OEM line.
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