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Detroit Model G Oiler - Compression Fittings

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Old 02-10-2019, 03:04:58 PM
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Default Detroit Model G Oiler - Compression Fittings

I need some input with regards to a Detroit Model G, five port lubricator I am rebuilding. I have run into some issues with the brass fittings and ferrules used and their compatibility with todays modern fittings.
I posted the question originally on the Oiler/Lubricator Board, but figured you good people might want to chime in.


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