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Author Topic: 1.6 Clutch Line - Plastic to Cunifer ( Copper / Kunifor / CopperNickel etc.)  (Read 1829 times)
Gib
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« on: July 14, 2016, 04:52:53 pm »


So my spare engine is away being worked on in the meantime the one job that doesn’t need doing but I would like to do is to change the clutch line to Cunifer with a flexi on the gearbox end. I have read many times about the std. plastic tube being crushed to seal the first time which can cause issues when removing and try to reseal the joints.

What thread is in either end ( 1.6 ) ?
What profile is at the base ? Or are they face sealing.
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roy4matra
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« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2016, 07:25:10 pm »


So my spare engine is away being worked on in the meantime the one job that doesn’t need doing but I would like to do is to change the clutch line to Cunifer with a flexi on the gearbox end. I have read many times about the std. plastic tube being crushed to seal the first time which can cause issues when removing and try to reseal the joints.

What thread is in either end ( 1.6 ) ?
What profile is at the base ? Or are they face sealing.


Normal DIN (i.e. metric) cone seat and metric thread M10x1.00.  N.B this is NOT the same as the Imperial single or double flare end.

Roy
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