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this is a male fitting. any one knows the female mil number?

RE: MIL-F-85421

Look at AS85421.

RE: MIL-F-85421

save me $75 to buy AS, have you the female p/n?

RE: MIL-F-85421

Rynglok is advertised as compatible with the MIL-F-85421 system of fittings, based on performance. They list male and female. Look for EATON CORPORATION Aerospace TF100-17 June, 2004

If you like, the Mil specs are still available on Assist QuickSearch.

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