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    Posted: 05 July 2007 at 3:45pm

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all hose fittings and gas lines are 1/8" NPT.
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Gee, Gunchicken, I thought you knew it all! As The Guy said, 1/8" NPT(National Pipe Thread) also sometimes called "tapered pipe." And it is not a bit, it is a tap. If you need to clean up the threads on the hose fitting it requires a die of the same size. But, you then have probably spent as much, or close to, the cost of a new power valve or braid hose.
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if you already know, then why did you ask?
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Bruce was being sarcastic, gunchicken.

Sounds like you are on your man period. /sarcasm


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Originally posted by Gunchicken Gunchicken wrote:

Originally posted by Bruce A. Frank Bruce A. Frank wrote:

Gee, Gunchicken, I thought you knew it all! As The Guy said, 1/8" NPT(National Pipe Thread) also sometimes called "tapered pipe." And it is not a bit, it is a tap. If you need to clean up the threads on the hose fitting it requires a die of the same size. But, you then have probably spent as much, or close to, the cost of a new power valve or braid hose.
what the heck is your problem? all i asked for was the size of the threads, not some big explination. how about posting what im asking for instead of telling me what i already know, ok?

LOL!! Telling you what you already know? How is one to fathom the depths of your lack of knowledge? When you refer to a "tap" as a "bit," it seems an indication of more ignorance than just a thread size!

Your short temper and inappreciativeness of the knowledge pool available from all the participants here, and the effort they put forth to answer your questions, will continue to make you a target for sarcasm.

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