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i just got my gauge but i i don't understand how the nylon tubing stay on the gauge can help one help me on there i put it in but u can pull it right out
 

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well,
not to dis ya but you should have got electric one, way easier and you don't have to run an oil line

anyway,
you need to flare the plastic line on the end after you put on the broze nut and the threaded one, it should stay on after you flare it

or you can get a copper line or stainless line from you local parts store which will not leak as easily.
 

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The gauge should have come with this little brass fitting that goes in between the two nuts. You slide one of the nuts on the nylon tubing and then you slide on that little brass fitting and then you screw it into the back of the gauge. When the the bolt and screw come together...the small brass fitting gets squeezed and crimps onto the tube and stays put. Hope that helps.
 
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