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Old 21-05-2019, 12:58   #1
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ACD hose fitting sizes

Does anybody know what size the threads are on the hoses that screw into the ACD pump on an EVO 8? Thereís 3 in total. Cheers


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Old 21-05-2019, 14:45   #2
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14x1.5 mm
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14x1.5 mm


I had come across that size but wasnít sure if it was correct or not. Cheers


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just note that the fitting has to have conical recess...
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just note that the fitting has to have conical recess...

Would you say this type of fitting would be suitable to cap off the hose fittings whilst I remove the pump and have it refurbed?





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just note that the fitting has to have conical recess...


Do you mean as in NPT type of fitting? Iím not sure what you mean as the hose ends look like standard bsp type threads to me


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Would you say this type of fitting would be suitable to cap off the hose fittings whilst I remove the pump and have it refurbed?





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yes it would, but you really dont ned to cap them off as there is no pressure in them with the pump off... just wrap the hose ends in some plastic so that you dont get water or dirt in...
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Do you mean as in NPT type of fitting? Iím not sure what you mean as the hose ends look like standard bsp type threads to me


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it looks like BSP type seat as it has a angled (conical) surface for seating, but the thread is straight metric. When I was doing my pump kits I used to have the plugs for the pump custom made but I presume it is some sort of standard hydraulic fitting...
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just wrap the hose ends in some plastic so that you dont get water or dirt in...

I think this is probably a better idea tbh. Cheers




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