#sharts Old Mechanic's hydraulic trick

26. april. 2021
206 834 Ganger

#SHARTs Common hydraulic fittings: ORB, JIC and ORFS all use inch fractional NF threads.

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  • Subtitles please cause I only speak metric.

    GanjaseedGanjaseed13 dager siden
    • @Landyn Alec yea, I've been using Flixzone for since december myself :D

      Frank EmoryFrank Emory9 timer siden
    • Pro trick: you can watch series on flixzone. I've been using it for watching loads of movies lately.

      Landyn AlecLandyn Alec9 timer siden
    • I'm offering a imperial learners course for only $9.99 a minute. Please join

      RegularOldRugRegularOldRug2 dager siden
    • @William Mcneill You might want to look up the definition of "arbitrary". Both kg and m are arbitrary as well.

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    • @Gavin Barker I hated working with whitworths on my grandads old Austin seven 😬😬😬

      MaNNeRz LagunaMaNNeRz Laguna7 dager siden
  • Let's try "Mechanic trivia I'll never, ever, ever need" for $1000 please

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  • Exact same thread, eh? Exactly, eh!

    Chris HullChris Hull2 dager siden
  • I don't know if I understand correctly, Sir. Is this a thread?

    Gustav GnöttgenGustav Gnöttgen3 dager siden
  • Aint standards great? *laughs in bicycle mechanic*

    Markus KlemmMarkus Klemm4 dager siden
  • They get ridiculous on different fittings, even with small compression fittings

    Longbow64Longbow646 dager siden
  • Hole saws are also fine inch threads

    J McJ Mc6 dager siden
  • Canadian south main auto?

    Chuck WoodChuck Wood6 dager siden
  • Me.. Listens intently in metric 👀

    MaNNeRz LagunaMaNNeRz Laguna7 dager siden
  • Something was off with the audio or my headphones?

    MRSketch09MRSketch098 dager siden
  • I worked at our family auto parts since the mid 60's. I saw all the disasters when the U.S. started blending in metric into its cars. The customers insisted that metric thread bolts had SAE heads. (That 1/2" wrench fits that metric bolt). We became the most popular shop in town when we hung a thread pitch gauge at the counter. It was frequently replaced because the threads got cross threaded. Side note: Chinesium parts will not always have the same thread pitch as the OE part. Many a part returned with stripped out threads. I know because of side by side comparison with the originals.

    obsolete professorobsolete professor8 dager siden
  • The nice thing about Chinesium castings is that you can screw in any pitch and the fitting makes its own thread. Just use JB Weld for thread sealant.

    obsolete professorobsolete professor8 dager siden
  • BuT mUh mEtRiC!! Hurrrrr!!

    Kerra HoltKerra Holt8 dager siden
  • You are truly the crazy uncle at the family BBQ, and I am truly the nephew that "almost gets it". Longtime fan, and also an actual laborperson.

    Jarred JonesJarred Jones8 dager siden
  • JIC is Just In Case yes? I thought it was "bench stock"

    Erik DErik D8 dager siden
  • Yes yes jic and sae have same thread pitch. 🤨

    Drew SDrew S9 dager siden
  • Works great! Be careful though, if the hex is too small you won't have any back up surface for the oring

    Josh OstensonJosh Ostenson9 dager siden
  • "That's the beauty of inch standard" No, that's the beauty of standards, inch, metric, or something else. If you know the standard used, you're in business.

    MrCraftyGMrCraftyG9 dager siden
  • Thread is Thread Nanananana

    SSDeathstarSSDeathstar9 dager siden
  • It should be noted all ORB and JIC nominal sizes are identical UNF threads. Oring Face only share two or maybe three sizes of threads and not nominally the same. Now screw yourself silly.

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  • Youuuuu!

    mindistortermindistorter9 dager siden
  • I got a whole vox of those doflunkit's , some in handy some way too befuddled

    1961 Radmofo1961 Radmofo10 dager siden
  • Microphones right channel is failing. Sounds like a loose connection.

    IamKrAzEIamKrAzE10 dager siden
  • Please come to the human race and accept metric.

    Pim BeijkPim Beijk10 dager siden
  • Man you are sooooo entertaining to learn from lol thank you sir.

    Burton Rondo jrBurton Rondo jr10 dager siden
  • Also handy when you can't find a good spot to get a strap and you just dont' give a damn and want the fucker out of there... lifting eyes come in fine threads if you ask nice enough and pay the price.

    Poly BunPoly Bun10 dager siden
  • I don't even know wtf JIC means. I watch these mechanical videos all the time. I'm a fraud

    billiondollardanbilliondollardan10 dager siden
  • Another life lesson from uncle B.F.

    Ethan MaxfieldEthan Maxfield11 dager siden
  • On a lot of factory MTS pumps/ HSMs, they use JIC male-male couplers as ORB-JIC takeoffs on manifold blocks. If it's good enough for the prices they demand, it's good enough for anything.

    WyattSmitsWyattSmits11 dager siden
  • Fuck short content. Don't make this a ticktockfacebookvinetwitterinstagram website. Keep long form content long

    Aaron TheGreatAaron TheGreat11 dager siden
  • There are two kinds of countries: those that have landed men on the moon, and those that use the metric system. :)

    Jack of Many TradesJack of Many Trades11 dager siden
  • Another one, BSPT is standard americal pipe thread but with a straight thread instead of tapered. I have mashed tapered pipe thread into BSPT in a pinch for relatively low pressure or grease lines on occasion.

    Chris HurlbutChris Hurlbut11 dager siden
  • Freedom units!

    Allan PedaAllan Peda11 dager siden
  • if you need an extra 8-32 you can be stealing one from a romex connector. Oh sorry I thought this was dewclaw's channel.

    fanplantfanplant11 dager siden
  • Standards? We have loads, which one do you want?

    Gavin CritchleyGavin Critchley11 dager siden
  • Just be aware some jic unions have small hex shoulders causing the o- ring to blow out.

    Marc StobinskiMarc Stobinski11 dager siden
  • As always something i do not need to know now., but next week it could save me . THANKS AVE

    Victor NojinVictor Nojin11 dager siden
  • Trick? No no no, it's knowledge for your noggin

    Chapel Ash Trading Ltd - Mobile MechanicChapel Ash Trading Ltd - Mobile Mechanic11 dager siden
  • Amazing! Does same-same work with metric too? 🤔

    tramsgartramsgar11 dager siden
  • An older mechanics trick buy the right fitting and don't be a moron

    kevin robertskevin roberts11 dager siden
  • My boss dont have time for me to explain . gotta do the magic when hes gone. When he asks what i did to fix... I tell him i spent all the fuckery i had till i got pissed. Easy to pad hrs.

    1 Stooge1 Stooge11 dager siden
  • For Why you make her Shit? For why?

    Bryan WinsorBryan Winsor11 dager siden
  • Am I the only one with stereo sound? The audio is f*cked...

    An DanAn Dan11 dager siden
  • Just found out today that there are actually two different 1" fine threads.... 1-12 & 1-14. WTF

    Salty BonerSalty Boner11 dager siden
  • That's some minty shit right there boss

    Matt BergMatt Berg12 dager siden
  • Boy you smart.

    Anotherflores91Anotherflores9112 dager siden
  • I'm not sure what this means, but it is certainly provocative.

    EducationeyEducationey12 dager siden
  • You do what you have to do to make it work. I once made a nonstandard bolt for a banjo fitting with the help of a file and a drill press.

    Frode HaugsgjerdFrode Haugsgjerd12 dager siden
  • Pfft, you know there's no such thing as standard sizes outside the metric system. That thread is 95240.24 threads per furlong on a 0.00126263 chain diameter fitting.

    Joseph DunnJoseph Dunn12 dager siden
  • 0:30 You know that any metric eg. M24 male will fit a M24 female no matter the useless 3 letter abreviation after it. UNC, BSP, NPT are all antiquated useless crap that people who work with pipes still consider useful and impressive...talk about a pipe dream!

    Sketch1994Sketch199412 dager siden
  • i live in a metric country but i rely on this, cause i work with all that stuff and sometime you need to do something you can't in hydraulic

    Lubin PolyLubin Poly12 dager siden
  • As an electrician learning hydraulics I feel this information should be illegal

    burnedupsparky tips and reviewsburnedupsparky tips and reviews12 dager siden
  • I almost #Sharted my pants just watching this! Brilliant AND Squishy!

    Houston FirefoxHouston Firefox12 dager siden
  • Metric? Imperial? I call it just 'strip or 'no strip'.

    Wouter d.B.Wouter d.B.12 dager siden
  • I would love to being able to screw a bolt in a fitting but although I'm in Europe our pipes are not metrique but some stupid English horseshit size from 1800, where what's called an inch isn't even an inch thick

    T PT P12 dager siden
  • I think we need a more in depth report sir. Take some of the mystery out of working on hydraulics for us chain n sprocket type.

    Spazass666Spazass66612 dager siden
  • Inch standard, pls why can't pipes be metric like the rest... I know there will be fire over this but just take that metric is the scientific measurement unit not something that comes from a nut of some tree

    champstylchampstyl12 dager siden
  • When I first started at Case Industrial, (which I don't work there anymore) I had to cap off a hydraulic line to keep it from pissing all over the place. Stockroom was all out of that particular size caps, and the parts manager taught me this quick hack. He went and grabbed a fine thread nut, said weld up the end of that, stick you a piece of thick plastic or rubber in there, and cap it that way. Think I still have it rattling around in my junk drawer too.

    RustyCarnahanRustyCarnahan12 dager siden
  • I don't understand a word of what he is saying

    Luigiu SLuigiu S12 dager siden
  • Need more useful short vids like this AvE! This knowledge gets lost, buried deep in today's interwebs. Now do a #sharts on old school hydraulic clamps with wire. I think I member you did it once in a more lengthy vid, but I'll be damned if it's easily locate-able.

    Harry FosterHarry Foster12 dager siden
  • How do you know all this stuff? Asking for a friend...

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  • OK

    AvraiAvrai12 dager siden
  • #SHARTs

    taiiattaiiat12 dager siden
  • What is this ''inches'' you speak of?

    soklotsoklot12 dager siden
    • That thing you measure a pickle with

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  • And that's why I love JIC fittings ( AN, same thing). Super easy to machine, and no oddball threads.

    dantech1dantech112 dager siden
  • Not being reminded what to keep in a vise at the end has left me disoriented..

    Matt FenlonMatt Fenlon12 dager siden
    • Keep your bolt in a vice

      Co.11Co.1111 dager siden
  • Yeah, and the beauty of metric would be that there aren't 50 different standards of "inch thread"...

    Test BogaTest Boga12 dager siden
  • The best bolt is the one you have.

    An Unseen RulerAn Unseen Ruler12 dager siden
  • I tried telling her that an inch is an inch, and it shouldn't feel any different.

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  • "If threads are the same OD, pitch and profile, they should fit together" Wow, the imperial system is really something special, amarite?

    MatheusMatheus12 dager siden
    • you know back in the day they had OBD1 until the EPA standardized to OBD2 and that pluggy just fits right in there. Much like cell phone chargers under Trump. its the hidden things.

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    • Uh...

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  • The joys of living in Britain, where we use 173 different thread standards.

    blankroomsoupblankroomsoup12 dager siden
  • Logo! For grown ups!

    fryrear technologyfryrear technology12 dager siden
  • 1 inch unf bolts are most common in 1-14 although 1-12 is the standard , hyd fittings are 1-12?? My Masseys have a lot of 1-12 hydraulics and 3 point hitch linkage

    Jamie CJamie C12 dager siden
  • If you're real fancy you could find your way outta that mess with an ol k car and some duct tape...

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  • Same thread, but you must be careful of pressure ratings. Not all fittings are rated the same due to wall thickness. Although when in a pickle this is 100% doable. Keep in mind, there's nothing more permanent then a bodge that works!

    Andrew GravestockAndrew Gravestock12 dager siden
  • thank you for this :D perfecly sums up this #shits stuff.

    KnobikKnobik12 dager siden
  • I have a video about cutting pvc straight. It’s retarded. But the amount of views is incredible.

    Scott WojoScott Wojo12 dager siden
  • You sure? never seen a 1" UNO or JIC 1-1/16" - 14 TPI fittings dash -12 yes, and ORFS 1" - 14 TPI fittings - 10. But ready to learn any day.

    Richard KovacRichard Kovac12 dager siden
  • I guess I'm to european to understand this joke - why bother with diffrent thread-types lol

    JpMasterJpMaster12 dager siden
  • I aspire to grokking the context of this one day.

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  • Learn something new everyday....that uncle bumblefork posts a video!!!! Your the man!

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  • Many a thing has been used as a thing with hordraulicles.....with no clipboards around...."well done,you got it going"....👍

    Howard iknowHoward iknow12 dager siden
  • What's better - o-ring face or o-ring boss?

    Godfrey PoonGodfrey Poon12 dager siden
  • Nice to know Thanks

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  • Thanks, AvE, that is a VERY useful bit of info to know!

    Robert GRobert G12 dager siden
  • Sharts arent to bad, not to dry, not to wet. 10/10

    stack3rstack3r12 dager siden
  • Explaining Imperial thread with a metric pointing stick cracked me up

    Nick FoleyNick Foley12 dager siden
  • And your boss loves it when he says "you can't just shove any old bolt in there", and you reply, "oh, yea? Watch me".

    NuclearMedicinemanNuclearMedicineman12 dager siden
  • This is amazing... unless you work in metric then it’s the norm. 😂 With imperial, some one in their shed ‘invented’ a tread without thought of others available... what do we call this new invention, ‘whitworth’, ‘Bicycle thread’, ‘UNC’, ‘UNF’, ‘BSW’, ‘BSW’, ‘BSF’, ‘BSP’, the list goes on...🤦‍♂️

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  • Weird audio.

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  • Looks like someone has a new/old project on the go... 👍

    Alan FrazerAlan Frazer12 dager siden
  • So, the trick here is..... standards ?

    Colin RichardsonColin Richardson12 dager siden
  • A wise man once told me, 'Sometimes ya gotta piss with the cock ya got!" Some Canadian dude...I can never remember who says these things.

    NomadUniverseNomadUniverse12 dager siden
  • Everybody knows this already. So obvious.

    Rob LRob L12 dager siden
  • You are better than this.

    Gypsy Dildo punksGypsy Dildo punks12 dager siden
  • This one I knew about. It's the metric ORB/ORF and British fittings that can be a nightmare 🤣

    TurboRanger208TurboRanger20812 dager siden
  • As a German just learning about that stuff I really struggle with inch standard 😅 especially in hydraulics

    merkmerk12 dager siden
    • It's okay, I understand that fractions are hard for European volks like yourself.

      Jon AndersonJon Anderson12 dager siden
  • @AvE got a shirt and sweatshirt on the way, great bday present for myself

    Dogfight DixonDogfight Dixon12 dager siden
  • Imperial sucks anyway. Foot? What kind of measurement is that? Everyone has a different foot. Only something americans could come up with

    Andreas A.Andreas A.12 dager siden
  • But all i got is metric

    Andrew PetrieAndrew Petrie12 dager siden
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