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Old 10-03-2014, 02:35 PM   #1
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90 Degree hydraulic elbow (stainless marine)

I need four of these 90 degree elbows, They come fitted to a Gorilla Jackplate as standard.

If anybody has some or is making an order with stainless marine give me a shout.

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Old 10-03-2014, 02:42 PM   #2
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they are AN/JIC fittings, but what size?
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Do you have some then or are you just asking the question?
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Old 10-03-2014, 03:52 PM   #4
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How do I know if I have some, or where to recommend if I dont know what you want?

But thinking about it, Peter Unwin is your man for those fittings.
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I have Peter's compact 90 degree elbow in front of me which is too big, as stated in the first post, I'm specifically looking for stainless marine elbows.
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Pirtek / hyphose, or any hydraulic place sell them as I bought before.
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I'm specifically looking for stainless marine elbows.
In which case, I'd have thought an email to These would be a good idea
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As always a very helpful post there loz
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Old 10-03-2014, 07:50 PM   #9
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They won't be specifically made for stainless marine, all they'll do is get standard hydraulic fittings then add the marine tax

Try Hypro Marine, they've always had any fittings I need in stock
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Well actually Ross, I thought so.

You're asking a question of "has anyone got any of these", when you don't know what they are! they could be JIC-4, -3, -6 etc?

You then state you specifically wanted the ones that SM use, so why not buy them from stainless marine?

Was your real question "where can i get these free or cheap"?
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You make a lot of assumptions Loz.
I do know what size they are.
I stated I wanted SM ones from the kickoff, incase you missed it, the title of this thread is '90 Degree hydraulic elbow (stainless marine)'.
I wasn't fishing for them free of cheap, Why would I ship them from america if somebody has them over here.

Thanks for posting.
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Well, what size are they then Reggie?
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I think the one in the red (let's call her Candice chaos) must have just leant across to the the lady in blue (let's call her Rosie Macnumpty) and inquired "would you like some help"?
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Well, what size are they then Reggie?
They're Jic#4, I believe the same fittings as the stolen/swapped stainless marine hydraulic pump, I believe you've got one on your boat, could you clarify?




I believe I have this sorted now guys, Thanks for those who helped.
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