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r134a adapters

I got an A/C Manifod gauge set but it has threaded hose and my old Chevy PU has r134a with quick-attach male ends - tried harborfreight and a couple other spots. Does anyone have leads where I can get adapters ?? (female quick end and external threads for the gauge end)

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How are the lines attached to the manifold? If they are just threaded on you might have better luck getting replacement lines that have threads on one end and the right disconnects on the other end.

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Yeah, except that you can buy a whole R134 gauge set for what they charge for the adapters.

Here's a hint. Go to Google and type in R134 adapter fittings.
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