I have always assumed that the only purpose for what I call the swaged end, is to hold the rubber bushing from coming off the end of the line, or I guess better description would be to hold the line from coming out of the rubber. I have used new line, and just put a SMALL single flare on end and it worked fine, but use new rubbers. Like someone else said ,you can get the rubbers from your local diesel repair shop. All that said I really don"t like this type of connection as even when you bottom the nut right out it still doesn"t tighten up solid. I have also assumed that this is to allow for vibration, so as to not fatigue steel lines over time?? I have converted a few to pipe to JIC adaptors and just flared new tubing with standard 37 degree flare so far have not had any issues with that either.( most of your filter housings are NPT, along with thread in pump etc.)
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