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Need help finding fittings!!!

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I'm in a jam here and I hope someone can help. I'm relocating my MC from the firewall to the frame ,I don't have enough space between th MC & tranny for a normal 90* bend so what I need (and can't seem to find) are two 90* fittings and they are___1/2" x 20 IFM (inverted flare male) to 3/8" IFF (inverted flare female) and also 7/16" x 24 IFM to 38" IFF
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These might dodatrick

Check a site for Brakequip...they sell fittings, you probably won't need their minimum order so just look at the cat. and especially the banjo fittings...got me otta the same bind.
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I am not sure if they are the size you need but JEGS has banjo fittings,this is about the tightest 90 you can get. Hope this helps.
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Pure Choice Performance. If you order them from Jegs make sure they are not aluminum.

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If you are going under the floor,you will need residual pressure valves,If you don't have them now.
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I have them,Thanks
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I found all the fitting,s I needed to plumb my brake and fuel systems at the local "hydraulic hose supply store"
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HEY 302 Z28 Thanks!!!
I talked to the guy at PURE CHOICE PERFORMANCE and he's fixing me up with a banjo fitting, I don't know what I would do without the help of guys on this site someone ALWAYS has the answers!!!
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