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Please help me find this te44 oil fitting

 
Old 02-10-2016, 11:29 PM
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This is from a PTK twin turbo kit. I've heard these turbos discribed at t4 and te44 turbos. As you can see it is stripped and weeping. I need to know the size and where to buy a new one.
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It's prolly an npt fitting. Just get the dimension and search google for sizing.
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For any small NPT fittings like that I always prefer steel or stainless.

Although oddly it's the normal screw threads someone has mangled in the photo, not the NPT side.
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You can get them made out of steel from the hydraulic fitting companies or those that support them.

It looks like #4 JIC to 1/8 NPT, which is this:



^^^^^^That's from Fastenal

It could be a #3. As cheap as they are, I would get both.

If the nut holding the hose to the fitting takes a 9/16" wrench, it's a #4, if it's 1/2", it's a #3 JIC. The other end could be 1/16 NPT, but I usually only see that with nitrous products.

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Originally Posted by stevieturbo View Post
For any small NPT fittings like that I always prefer steel or stainless.

Although oddly it's the normal screw threads someone has mangled in the photo, not the NPT side.
They actually look pretty good. Somebody must of been in a rush putting it together. New ones should be here on Weds.

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You can get them made out of steel from the hydraulic fitting companies or those that support them.

It looks like #4 JIC to 1/8 NPT, which is this:



^^^^^^That's from Fastenal

It could be a #3. As cheap as they are, I would get both.

If the nut holding the hose to the fitting takes a 9/16" wrench, it's a #4, if it's 1/2", it's a #3 JIC. The other end could be 1/16 NPT, but I usually only see that with nitrous products.
It's actually a 7/16" wrench. I'm not sure why I just didn't go to the fastener store. I'm sure they have them. If the one I ordered isn't the right size, I'll head there.
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