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Flared Steel Fitting on 930

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Doc Larry

05-06-2012 10:51:51




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I"ve got a flared steel pipe connection on the end of a power steering hose that has become work-hardened to the point it will not seal, no way, no how. I"m about ready to go get a new hose made, but was thinking about trying to anneal the flare just to see if that might work. Have any of you had any success doing something like this?




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Joe (Wa)

05-06-2012 14:33:54




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 Re: Flared Steel Fitting on 930 in reply to Doc Larry, 05-06-2012 10:51:51  
DKase is spot on. I've used a lot of them in refrigeration work. Refrig shop should carry them up to about 5/8". They are 45 deg flare thin soft copper that will form to 37 deg no problem.

Joe



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DKase

05-06-2012 13:10:14




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 Re: Flared Steel Fitting on 930 in reply to Doc Larry, 05-06-2012 10:51:51  
They make copper seals to go between to seal them up. Look like a cone shaped washer the proper size. Good hydraulic shop, air cond. repair guy, or any color machinery dealer should have them.



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Doc Larry

05-07-2012 05:41:49




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 Re: Flared Steel Fitting on 930 in reply to DKase, 05-06-2012 13:10:14  
Thanks guys. I"ll pick up a couple of the washers in town today and let you know the results. I didn"t know they made these.



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