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Re: Brass fitting size and part number resource..

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01-25-2014 07:24:48

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That's a great catalog.

For actually buying such stuff, my favorite is McMaster-Carr just because they list prices, and will sell to anyone, in any quantity. They got almost every fitting imaginable, have no minimum order, and ship fast and for a reasonable price. Only problem with M-C is i is just about impossible to get a catalog unless you are buying a LOT of stuff from them, but the catalog is online in an easily searchable format.
I've run into problems many times with big wholesale suppliers like Endelmanns where they show some hard-to-find part in their catalogs, but there is no way to actually buy the stuff - try and order it through a local autoparts and it can take weeks, or never come, if the part is not one their warehouse normally stocks.

Oh, M-C has really terrific help if you call them, for finding products not in their catalog or getting more info if the catalog description isn't enough. If one of their suppliers have it, they will get if for you. I've gotten a lot of oddball fittings and seals this way over the years.

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 Re: Brass fitting size and part number resource.. in reply to kylemorley, 01-25-2014 07:24:48  
I guess I'm pretty lucky.. a local independent auto parts store stocks a LOT of the Edelman fittings, and a nearby NAPA has another brand (can't remember which, offhand) that one of the alternate numbers works at.

I MOST cases, if they didn't have the fitting I needed, it's there overnight.

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I am a big fan of McMaster and buy from them on a weekly basis but for this particular product line they are woefully deficient.
For "no minimum" small quantity fitting orders try this source:

These guys have a $20 minimum and I buy from them on a weekly basis:


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