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SC hydraulic fittings

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Lee_K

05-13-2019 17:24:40




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Does anyone know what type of thread is in the pump housing where the hoses thread in? I have the original fitting with the drop/speed control, but the threads are messed up.

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Lee




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jean claude marleau

05-14-2019 10:38:02




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 Re: SC hydraulic fittings in reply to Lee_K, 05-13-2019 17:24:40  
I do have these fitting for the SC pump if you cannot find some . my e mail address is jcmarleau@aol.com



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Lee_K

05-13-2019 19:27:29




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 Re: SC hydraulic fittings in reply to Lee_K, 05-13-2019 17:24:40  
I need the fittings or a fitting, that goes into the body, the one with goofy thread.



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John Saeli

05-14-2019 05:53:34




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 Re: SC hydraulic fittings in reply to Lee_K, 05-13-2019 19:27:29  
The fitting w/ the drop control is not available anymore. Will be a salvage yard find. We do stock the fittings without the drop control.



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John Saeli

05-13-2019 17:55:40




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 Re: SC hydraulic fittings in reply to Lee_K, 05-13-2019 17:24:40  
Where the hoses thread in are 1/2" Pipe, very common. However, where the fittings thread into the body are 1-1/16 goofy thread.



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