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[b]Does anyone know what the Tubing

[b]Does anyone know what the Tubing

[b]Does anyone know what the Tubing

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Does anyone know what the Tubing End Dimensions are for an AS5202 BOSS?
Parker Tech told me this, "we do not make plugs for AS5202, only for J1926. AS5202 is an aerospace standard and we do not currently make fittings according to aerospace standards". I thought the same tubing end was used for AS5202 and J1926.

RE: [b]Does anyone know what the Tubing

AS5202 is a profile design specification for an internal straight thread boss. It is NOT a part... It defines the internal boss/thread element of a part.

AS5169 and AS5170 are 'Plugs' intended to fit into the AS5202 internal straight thread boss... but don't forget to specify an O-ring seal compatible with fluid-type.

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