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The gauge is easy to find but I had no luck with the link to Casper for the adaptor and a search of the site failed as well. Ebay, Amazon (may be the right one but in quantities of ten) no luck. Probably my search description is missing the mark but would appreciate a link if anyone knows where to get them. And are they 37 degree flare or 45? Thanks much -

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5 minutes ago, josehuerta said:

The gauge is easy to find but I had no luck with the link to Casper for the adaptor and a search of the site failed as well. Ebay, Amazon (may be the right one but in quantities of ten) no luck. Probably my search description is missing the mark but would appreciate a link if anyone knows where to get them. And are they 37 degree flare or 45? Thanks much -

 

https://gbodyparts.com/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=35&products_id=547

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I want to incorporate this, on to my build.

 

Because this Thread goes back to 2008. I am wondering how

the gauge has held up, throughout time, with under-the-hood conditions.

 

((OMGosh), Is that a Crack I see ???) :shhh:

 

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Thanks.

 

youngfred

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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15 hours ago, HOrnbrod said:

Gel filled........

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So that is the fluid line.?.

"I see", said the blind man.

 

~

 

So, how has the gauge held up,

under the hood?

 

 * Happy New Year !!!

 

Thanks

 

 

youngfred

 

 

 

 

 

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On 12/29/2017 at 7:11 PM, josehuerta said:

The gauge is easy to find but I had no luck with the link to Casper for the adaptor and a search of the site failed as well. Ebay, Amazon (may be the right one but in quantities of ten) no luck. Probably my search description is missing the mark but would appreciate a link if anyone knows where to get them. And are they 37 degree flare or 45? Thanks much -

 

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Also found them at JEGS :

 

http://www.jegs.com/i/Caspers-Electronics/182/107133/10002/-1

 

and here, too :

 

https://www.summitracing.com/int/parts/cei-107133/overview/

 

 

youngfred

 

 

 

 

 

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I used the Summit gauge and fittings from Home Depot with a short piece of copper tubing.  Been in there about a year now and still works fine.

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