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    AN brake booster hose and check valve?

    G'day blokes, I would like to run a -6 hose for my brake booster vac line, I can put a -6 weld on, onto the brake booster pipe , however I can't seem to find a one way check valve that will accept AN fittings ( only barb types), a female threaded valve would be ideal, so I can screw some suitable fittings into.

    On another note, I've seen the billet push into grommet fittings for commodores that have a -6 machines on them, what do they run for a check valve?

    Ta
    CL valiant sedan 245 3 speed
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    74 chrysler lancer LA sedan, 2.6 EFI turbo, 230kw
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    mitsubishi starion turbo, cutties, front lip, scrapes and smashes on everything

    #2
    I’m using one of these

    https://speedflow.com.au/non-return-valves-from/

    -6 is a bit small imo
    I own a two and a half litre Commodore

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      #3
      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/PROFLOW-...QAAOSw4uhcge9P
      List of cars goes here

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        #4
        Does anyone make something like that in a threaded form, rather than a push in fitting.
        Chris
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          #5
          Originally posted by takai View Post

          Does anyone make something like that in a threaded form, rather than a push in fitting.
          What do you mean?
          Aluminum automotive fitting selections are pretty poor, you can buy a BSPT>JIC 90deg fitting pretty easily.
          Same deal with the check valve, just buy a 1/2" BSP check valve and you can use whatever AN fittings you want.
          Last edited by dnegative; 27-05-20, 08:27 PM.

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            #6
            Originally posted by dnegative View Post

            What do you mean?
            Aluminum automotive fitting selections are pretty poor, you can buy a BSPT>JIC 90deg fitting pretty easily.
            Same deal with the check valve, just buy a 1/2" BSP check valve and you can use whatever AN fittings you want.
            More like an integrated one way valve within a banjo bolt. Long shot really, but worth a try.
            Chris
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            I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself. - D.H.Lawrence

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              #7
              Originally posted by takai View Post

              Does anyone make something like that in a threaded form, rather than a push in fitting.
              I doubt it, theres no need for it !
              List of cars goes here

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                #8
                Originally posted by Gassed250 View Post

                I doubt it, theres no need for it !
                Yeah, its a bit of an anomaly, but heaps of the time i come across stuff that there doesnt seem to be any need for and yet gets produced.
                Chris
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                The new nugget
                I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself. - D.H.Lawrence

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