factory customized Ferrule for 4SH to UK Factory
factory customized Ferrule for 4SH to UK Factory Detail:
FERRULE FOR SAE 4SH
|S00401 - 16||25||1″||16||46||60|
|S00401 - 20||32||1.1/4″||20||52||66|
|S00401 - 24||40||1.1/2″||24||62||75|
|S00401 - 32||50||2″||32||77||79|
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A proper scan tool is needed for just about any 6.0L problem this is my recommendation-
This is a great tool to control the IPR and really test this properly without a scan tool-
Here is the Air Pressure test fitting used to check for leaks-
In this video I walk you thought the basic steps of performing a leak test on the high pressure oil system in the 6.0L. More intrusive testing may be required depending on the point at which the air leak is the loudest.
“A fool’s paradise is a wise man’s hell.”
As with the comments from dumbshits on the 1-14 vs 3/4-NPT discussion; I will not allow my channel to be polluted with weapons-grade stupidity. Any decent engineer knows the many reasons why you DO NOT measure ID with calipers. Not to mention, they won’t reach past the threads… My videos may be hilarious shitposts, but that doesn’t mean I have no idea what I’m doing. This was meant to be a gag, but it seems to attract wannabes and people who don’t get the joke, and I get tired of moderating the retards who think they have it all figured out… I feel a bit like Sean Spicer, but with far less patience. Gun Snowflakes are everywhere…
Those helplessly trapped in the center of the bell curve purport to represent “wisdom of the crowd,” while forgetting that engineering and physics are not democratic. I won’t allow a mob of Internet morons to lead astray those trying to learn, or just have a laugh. Those who know, get the joke… Those at the edge of the bell curve are fewer in number, and will not be made to answer to those trapped in the center on my channel.
Recycle your cleaning solvents and lubricating fluids. Be green! Be prepared! – http://GunThreadAdapters.com – ALL NFA RULES/LAWS APPLY.
This is probably better referred to as a Solvent Recycling Adapter, as it doesn’t really trap anything…
An examination of the (Wix)Napa (2)4003 Fuel Filter. Truth is stranger than fiction…
There is a new part number for this filter. Seems to be more widespread and cheaper, noted here: https://www.gunthreadadapters.com/are-you-kidding-me/
The Nylon and Brass pipe fittings are a small sampling of existing thread adapters that could be slightly modified to make your own Solvent Trap Adapter for this filter. Industrial supply houses have a much wider selection of sizes and materials, but these I got at local stores.
Oh, turns out it sucks to use the brass fitting I showed. Don’t waste your money. My ‘meat’ speculation was accurate. Not even close to sufficient.
By Dolores from Surabaya - 2015.09.08 17:09
The company account manager has a wealth of industry knowledge and experience, he could provide appropriate program according our needs and speak English fluently.
By Rose from Swansea - 2016.09.28 18:29