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I ordered a bunch of Legacy fittings today.

I bought 8 sets of these and some other stuff from here:

Legacy A73457D D 7Pc 1/4" Red Coupler & Plug

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Some fittings at NAPA are made here in the USA. I believe by milton, but not 100%. Some are foregin, grumble grumble. Most of the tire pressure gauges and stuff are, but in their tool catalog (worth looking at, it's pretty awesome), you can get milton pressure gauges and such.
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Originally Posted by DERPR30 View Post
U may try a parker store many locations in the u s
Good choice. Parker/Hannifin makes very good quick-connects in brass and s.s. in all popular sizes. Anyone that sells hydraulic and air hose will usually have access to these couplers.
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Prevost with the push to connect, and the safety button release.

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