[Healeys] Union - oil gauge pipe
rchaskell at earthlink.net
Sun May 29 05:57:16 MDT 2022
I'm pretty sure that it's a straight thread. But don't have one loose
to confirm. If it was tapered, there'd be no need for the sealing
washer. Probably a British Standard Parallel Pipe thread. Not much help.
Austin Healey 3000 BN7/BT7 registrar
On 5/28/22 9:50 PM, Harold Manifold wrote:
> I would like some clarification about the “Union - oil gauge pipe”
> before I over tighten and break something. Number 56 in the picture
> below. The threads going into the block are definitely tapered,
> however, the Union gets tight before sealing against the washer (No.
> 57). I don’t want to over tighten and damage the threads as I suspect
> the threads are not a standard size. I was thinking of using two
> copper washers and thread sealant.
> Any other suggestions?
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