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Sorry if this is obvious but I did search as best I can on my phone. I'm rebuilding the head on my air compressor and need to fix the coolant connectors. I've never seen this type of connector so I don't know where to get the rubber insert, or even what it's called. Cummins quickserve wasn't any help, looked at all the cooling diagrams.

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Its a 1/2 water grommet and I could not find a part # my self.But for many years we would tell parts man what we wanted and they could find it with no problem.But now it may be were you have to buy the fitting and or tube.That website likes a lot to be helpful.I would go to a truck dealer and tell him to look thru a old parts book.They still have them.
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Good eye. It's 1/2" pipe so the grommet ID is a little smaller than that.

There was a "P-8" on the side of the fitting so I've been looking at Parker fittings. Only thing I can find is elastomeric fittings in metric, not quite the same.
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If I remember correctly the Cummins part number was S-1003 or S1003.
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Thanks for the reply. I should have got back on after finding them.

On my phone I wasn't able to see all the details very well but once I got home to the computer it was easier to find them.

They are Parker Vibra Lok fittings.

http://www.comoso.com/uploads/produc...k_Fittings.pdf
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