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106286

Re: exhaust studs

As has been mentioned, there is no need for the studs to have two different thread pitches; I customarily make my own by cutting proper length pieces of
cheech6870
May 23
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106285

Re: exhaust studs

Go have a machinist make you some. ... Go have a machinist make you some. On May 23, 2017, at 10:17 AM, 'Aaron Husak' ahusak@... [FSJ-List]
Mark Stewart
May 23
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106284

Re: exhaust studs

A very long time ago when I was still using cast exhaust manifolds I replaced those exact studs but just used studs with all course threads and used pinch
mtntmr
May 23
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106283

exhaust studs

Need a source for the exhaust studs on the side where the flapper is. I'm guessing they're about 4 or so inches long, course on one end , fine threads on the
Aaron Husak
May 23
#106283
 
106282

File - FSJ-List_monthly_admin_message.txt

This is the Full Size Jeep Mailing List (FSJ-List), of the International Full Size Jeep Association (http://www.ifsja.org). Its purpose and direction is for
FSJ-List@yahoogroups.com
Apr 30
#106282
 
106281

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

I'm only 95% sure on this, but have the impression double flaring is only necessary for high pressure. The single will do fine for the few psi you're going to
Chris Enos
Apr 30
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106280

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

Chris, I thought for sure that trick would work, but I wasn't able to position directly over the correct hole because of the wing nuts being in the way. The
Emmanuel Fyssas
Apr 29
#106280
 
106279

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

Dang, dave, nice find on the eastwood turret-style flaring tool. If I had a need for more than a few flares, that would definitely be my go-to tool! Neal A.
neal hoover
Apr 28
#106279
 
106278

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

Take the tool back to where you bought it. Take the stainless steel tubing to a machine shop and pay them to do it for you. Or buy a piece of flared tubing and
Mark Stewart
Apr 28
#106278
 
106277

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

A cheap trick I have used on SS brake line with the cheaper flaring tools is to wrap the line where the tool clamps it with one to three wraps of paper towel.
Rockcherokee
Apr 27
#106277
 
106276

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

Can I borrow it when you do? ;D ... Can I borrow it when you do? ;D On Apr 27, 2017, at 9:48 PM, FSJ Aber aberw3az@... [FSJ-List]
Emmanuel
Apr 27
#106276
 
106275

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

https://www.amazon.com/Mastercool-71475-PRC-Universal-Hydraulic-Flaring/dp/B007TN15EG I have used one of these in a shop I did some work in and will be getting
FSJ Aber
Apr 27
#106275
 
106274

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

Hi Russ, Thanks for the response. It's actually a double set, so it's got a set of jaws and dimples for metric lines and a set for standard sized lines. I
Emmanuel
Apr 27
#106274
 
106273

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

The one that pops up is a double flare tool which is what you need for brake lines but it’s for mild steel and you say you are using stainless so that may be
Russ
Apr 27
#106273
 
106272

Re: Line Flaring Tips?

Thanks, Chris, that sounds like a good idea that's easy enough to try out.
Emmanuel
Apr 27
#106272
 
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