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a_sannine

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quote:Originally posted by Oz

A nut from electrical conduit?


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id="quote">1" conduit nut. Based on your picture, everything is pretty well rusted in tight and to replace nut might cause you more harm then good.;)

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a_sannine

Thanks guys for the info , Bob it is loose actually , for that I need to lock it in place as the thread still intact no damage .

I have no idea how it got loose the way it is and the locking nut must've fell .

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a_sannine

Thanks pal , I ordered one BS off ebay and I will use the EMT temporary for now until I receive the BS.

Thanks for the help guys I will share few photos for that beauty later this evening .

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powerking_one

Once you remove the exhaust system and pipe nipple from the block, I would suggest you run a 1" NPT tap into the block to chase/clean the carbon and rust out of the threads. Then apply a liberal coating of anti-seize compound on everything.

Tom (PK)

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