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Old 07-23-2005, 03:01   #1 (permalink)
Tony Boyle
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series 1 smiths heater

Hi,

Can anyone tell me what size/ type of thread is used on the water pump inlet
pipe where the smiths heater pipe connects into it. The parts catalogue
shows a reducing union part no. 213276. I can't get this or the pipes so I
thought I would try my local engineering supplier for a converter to fit
standard copper pipe. Unless anyone knows where I can get the original
parts?

Thanks

Tony Boyle.


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Old 07-23-2005, 22:01   #2 (permalink)
Karen Gallagher
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Re: series 1 smiths heater


"Tony Boyle" <tony-boyleNOSPAM@NOtiscali.co.uk> wrote in message
news:x6CdnQ99p5D-ln_fRVnytw@brightview.com...
Hi,

Can anyone tell me what size/ type of thread is used on the water pump inlet
pipe where the smiths heater pipe connects into it. The parts catalogue
shows a reducing union part no. 213276. I can't get this or the pipes so I
thought I would try my local engineering supplier for a converter to fit
standard copper pipe. Unless anyone knows where I can get the original
parts?

Thanks

Tony Boyle.

Speaking from memory (been a while since I restored & owned a S1) it's 1/4
BSP

Karen


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