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Thread: New Co2 fitting recommendation for fittings between solenoid and regulator

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    New Co2 fitting recommendation for fittings between solenoid and regulator

    While adding a manifold to my Co2 setup, I managed to bend the section between my Scott regulator and Burket solenoid. What ever part this is (Swagelok 31GU?) doesn't seem up to the task having a small tube holding the two ends together (see photo). The purpose (I believe) originally was to extend the fitting past the regulator dial.

    I would think there is a better way to facilitate this, perhaps using a bushing/nipple and reducer, but thought someone with more experience than I could come up with a better solution.

    Thank you!
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    just use a 1/4 to 1/8 reducer. They are cheap.

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    Thx, but it's not cost, but length and strength - needs to extend approximately >= 1.5" so as to extend beyond the regulator dial so I can attach the rest.

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