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Catalog 4400 US 21 Series Fittings Assembly Instructions Use with 213, 285, 293 hoses. 21 Series Hose Assembly Instructions 1. Identify over all length (OAL) of hose assembly and the cut A A off allowance (COA) length of fitting(s) on hose ends by use of the fitting data table. Properly measure, mark and cut hose to desired length using fine tooth hacksaw or a cutoff machine. Care should be taken to ensure a square, clean cut is obtained. 1 2. Air or solvent flush cut end of hose as necessary to produce a clean hose ID prior to assembly. Place socket in vice and screw in hose counter clockwise until hose bottoms. Back hose out ½ turn. B 3. Oil inside of hose and nipple threads liberally with Hoze-Oil. (See Section C). Do not oil hose cover. 4. Screw nipple assembly into socket using a wrench on the 2 nipple hex until the nipple hex shoulders against the socket. A 1/32" to 1/16" gap between the nipple hex and socket is allowed for displacement angle adustment when elbow fittings are used. Inspection. Examine hose assembly internally for cut or C bulged tube, obstructions and cleanliness. Clean ID of hose as necessary. Swivel nuts should turn freely. Check the layline of the hose to be sure the assembly is not twisted. Cap the ends of the assembly to keep clean. 3 Special instructions for stainless steel fittings. When assembling fittings made with 316 stainless steel, lubricate the threads of both the socket and nipple with Accrolube High Efficiency Lubricant (see Section C) or equivalent metal assembly lubricant. D Note: Disassemble in reverse order. Fittings 4 Hydraulic TechnicalAccessoriesEquipmentHoseSeries21 Hose E B-141 Hose Products Division Parker Hannifin Corporation Wickliffe, Ohio