Page updated on 04-20-2018

a/n fittings

phantom 1
01-11-2012, 08:09 AM
any suggestions on what a/n fittings would fit the pro tech braided lines which are ( .025) and (.035)

01-12-2012, 07:41 PM
Charlie is on here, maybe his website says as well.
I think his name might be pro_tech or something like that.
Maybe search for Charlie and you will find something.
Not an answer, but maybe this gets you a little closer to your answer.
Good luck!

01-12-2012, 07:52 PM
Right on their website they let you know what fittings will fit I have detail master .028" I.D. which would fit the .025 and detail master .037" I.D. which would fit .035"

Just noticed they have a chart

01-13-2012, 02:53 PM
I've had good results with fittings from Pro Tech and RB Motion.

phantom 1
01-13-2012, 03:12 PM
do they come with instructions from rb motion

01-14-2012, 08:17 PM
Phantom - are you still trying to figure out the AN fittings on that kit - John - just kidding - hey Rob over at RB motion has a selection of AN fittings and he has the sizes listed - - also there are fittings by Charlie at see the fittings for 0.025 and 0.035 and worst case scenario there are fittings on the "Model Car Garage" catalog - if you need that link let me know I will PM it to you - hope this helps you out and you get that Nasscar Truck finished - John

Phantom - the other manufacture of some really nice AN fittings that I have used are the ones from "Detail Master" they are only straight fittings but they are made from aluminum and allow the "braid" to slide into the one end. Also Tuner Model Manufactory makes some "metal" 90's and 180's that are really nice - a little expensive - but I have never used them so I'm not sure of the sizes and the fit. Let me know if you need a link for the "detail master" vendor - John

Here's the link - - Shiryl is a very nice woman and is very helpful whenever I have need an item - John

01-14-2012, 10:57 PM
Cool stuff! Thanks for those...I hadn't heard of them before

Add your comment to this topic!