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What size and type of flare fittings are used for the oil line from the fuel pump to the nozzle line? I searched and could only find discussions on the oil line from tank to burner. I have three burners (2 AFG & 1 EZ1). I'm adding a solenoid valve to one of the old AFG burners and need to replace the 90° flare fitting with a straight fitting. Are these standard 3/16" 45° SAE flare fittings with 1/8 NPT in the pump housing?
If so, only good selection I can find is brake fittings at auto parts store. I don't see why these wouldn't work. They are 3/16" 45° SAE flare x 1/8 NPT brass. Does anyone have a reason why these wouldn't work?