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Old 06-16-2011, 07:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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pirahna macro line conversion

How hard is this. I know it has been done.

I know you have to drill and tap for (i think) 1/4 in npt.

Any instructions or help?

I'm picking up a drill press in a week or two, so tapping shouldn't be a problem.
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Drill and tap for 1/8" pipe thread.
Drill size is "Q"

Easy enough to do.
Remove the hard line and banjo bolt, use the current hole as a guide.
I reccomend removing the valve before drilling.
Brass drills differently than aluminum or steel. Go slowly.

I did mine free hand but then again, I'm a legend in my own mind.
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Thanks for the info. I actually just got some parts from pps to do it, and it fits my build better anyways.

Eventually this info will come in handy anyways.
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