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Identifying Pipe Threads
« on: June 02, 2020, 02:37:46 PM »
Here is an excellent link for identifying pipe threads....

https://trimantec.com/blogs/t/thread-identification-guide

The common ones we see are 1/8"-27 NPT, 1/8"-28 BSPP, and M10 x 1 mm Metric Pipe threads.... Most are available in straight (requires a sealing washer or O-ring) or tapered (seals on the threads, using Teflon tape)....

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Re: Identifying Pipe Threads
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2020, 02:46:17 PM »
EXCELLENT find!  Thanks Bob.  Can this be stickied? I see a time in the future when I will need it and not be able to find it.
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Re: Identifying Pipe Threads
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2020, 03:06:26 PM »
It already is!....

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1750 CO2 Carbine, .177 Uber-Pumper, .22 Uber-Carbine, .25 Discovery, 2260 PCP 8-shot Carbine, 2260 HPA (37 FPE), 2560 HPA (52 FPE), XS-60c HPA in .30 cal (90 FPE), .22 cal QB79 HPA, Disco Doubles in .22, .25 & .30 cal, "Hayabusa" Custom PCP Project (Mk.I is .22 & .25 cal regulated; Mk.II is .224, .257, 7mm, .308 & .357; Mk.III is .410 shotgun and .458 cal), .257 "Monocoque" Benchrest PCP, .172/6mm Regulated PCP and .224/.257 Unregulated, Three regulated BRods in .25 cal (70 FPE), .30 cal (100 FPE) & .35 cal (145 FPE), .257 Condor (180 FPE).

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Re: Identifying Pipe Threads
« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2020, 10:12:34 PM »
Thanks Bob, that very helpful.
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