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Hydro hose quick connect coupler?

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Old 02-18-19, 10:08 PM
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Hydro hose quick connect coupler?

I just got a Santa Cruz Stigmata and noticed that on the hydro lines to the brakes they have a quick connect coupler on them that allows you to break the line without having fluid spill out. Does anyone know who makes them? I have searched online but came up empty.
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Show a picture of it disconnected.
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Shimano makes one time use connectors to make bike assembly easier. I don't know of any re-usable quick disconnects for bicycle brake lines.
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https://www.ticycles.com/store-all/h...e-line-coupler

https://www.modernbike.com/trp-hydraulic-hose-coupler

https://www.sram.com/sram/road/techn.../connectamajig

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https://www.sjscycles.co.uk/brakes/1...plied/?geoc=US


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and I imagine S and S machine , makers of those frame couplers , has contacts for makers of that sort of bit ..









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Found them. It's SRAM connectamajig. You can't get them only OEMs can order it apprently. You can disconnect a couple of times before the brakes need to be bled again which is a good trade off for people that travel with their bikes.
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You can buy the male end as it is used on their rockshock dropper post
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There is nothing special or proprietary about hydraulic fittings for a brake hose.

Go to a hydraulic hose supply store. They can make them for you or you can buy the parts yourself and make your own, as fancy or simple as you want.

https://www.hydraulic-supply.com/


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