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Re: is there any way to buy this fitting in person?
pan3lman #1384941 Tue Nov 17 2020 02:01 PM
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I just found the Weatherhead online catalog for fittings. Its easy to use and gives you the part numbers which you can use on NAPA’s or any other search box. [LINK] [macpek.com]

I bookmarked it for future use. Now If I can only remember I have it! 😂

Last edited by Phak1; Tue Nov 17 2020 02:01 PM.

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Re: is there any way to buy this fitting in person?
pan3lman #1384942 Tue Nov 17 2020 02:03 PM
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Our local Lowes carries slide out drawers of them I use them all the time. They even carry the hollow nuts that are used under the hood for emblems. Body clips (both slide and standard), so small or large screws can be installed etc. Doc.


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Re: is there any way to buy this fitting in person?
pan3lman #1385200 Thu Nov 19 2020 09:21 PM
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You can always try the stores that make hydraulic hoses they usually carry just about any type of fitting

Re: is there any way to buy this fitting in person?
pan3lman #1385286 Fri Nov 20 2020 02:51 PM
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I have just one suggestion kind of in line with Jerry's comment of FLAPS counter help. Get to know the Commercial Parts folks. They spend more time with part numbers and research, most are usually willing to locate something odd ball. I suppose I'm lucky, my Son-in-Law is the Commercial Parts guy at our Oreilly's

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Re: is there any way to buy this fitting in person?
pan3lman #1385301 Fri Nov 20 2020 05:54 PM
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Craig said a mouth full when he said go to the Commercial person. They have one at Advance Auto and O'Rielly's for sure and one at napa. I worked with a lady at Advance delivering commercial for her and also found out a few other tricks....like light bulbs for instant. Buy a box no name brand commercial for what you pay for 2 or three on the store isle.

She now works at NAPA and has been selling parts for almost 30 years. Best part "man" I ever seen, and she always gives me the best price!! yep, I take her biscuits quite often. Even took her to lunch not long ago!! (yes her hubby is a dear friend as well)


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