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[solved]Glowplug thread?

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[solved]Glowplug thread?

Post  Ivanhoe on Sun Nov 20, 2011 6:11 pm

I'm thinking of trying a DIY conversion of a burned out .049 head to take a standard plug, can anyone tell me what the thread is on a standard plug?

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Re: [solved]Glowplug thread?

Post  andrew on Sun Nov 20, 2011 6:44 pm

1/4 x 32

These are classified as National Extra Fine and can be hard to find. A little Googleing will turn up sources.
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Re: [solved]Glowplug thread?

Post  PV Pilot on Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:19 pm

There was a Harry Higgly glow plug tap on Ebay, but I passed on it and now it is gone.

Try McMaster Carr, they have quite the selection.
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Re: [solved]Glowplug thread?

Post  Ivanhoe on Mon Nov 21, 2011 9:12 am

andrew wrote:1/4 x 32

These are classified as National Extra Fine and can be hard to find. A little Googleing will turn up sources.

Thanks a lot, Andrew, I've found 1/4 x 32 taps and ordered a set, once they arrive I shall report on progress!

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