Need source for some pressure tester fittings

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Old 09 Aug 2006, 10:37 am   #1 (permalink)
NickySantoro
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Default Need source for some pressure tester fittings

I'm looking for a source for the banjo bolt adapter for the fuel
pressure gauge to fit a Toyota and a Mitsubishi. So far all I've found
are complete kits. I have that, sans the aforementioned adapter(s).
Any leads to a solid source would be most appreciated.
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Old 09 Aug 2006, 12:11 pm   #2 (permalink)
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NickySantoro wrote:
> I'm looking for a source for the banjo bolt adapter for the fuel
> pressure gauge to fit a Toyota and a Mitsubishi. So far all I've found
> are complete kits. I have that, sans the aforementioned adapter(s).
> Any leads to a solid source would be most appreciated.

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You might want to check the Haynes repair manual.
On mine there is a photo of a fabricated fitting where they've drilled
their own holes in a bolt.

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Old 10 Aug 2006, 11:26 am   #3 (permalink)
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Daniel wrote:
> NickySantoro wrote:
> > I'm looking for a source for the banjo bolt adapter for the fuel
> > pressure gauge to fit a Toyota and a Mitsubishi. So far all I've found
> > are complete kits. I have that, sans the aforementioned adapter(s).
> > Any leads to a solid source would be most appreciated.

> ==================
> You might want to check the Haynes repair manual.
> On mine there is a photo of a fabricated fitting where they've drilled
> their own holes in a bolt.


I too nwould like to fabricate a bajo bolt but it is more easily said
then done. Who is going to drill through the center of a 2" bolt?
What thread and diameter bolt are we to buy?

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Old 13 Aug 2006, 09:44 am   #4 (permalink)
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On 9 Aug 2006 10:11:33 -0700, "Daniel" <nospampls2002@yahoo.com>
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>NickySantoro wrote:
>> I'm looking for a source for the banjo bolt adapter for the fuel
>> pressure gauge to fit a Toyota and a Mitsubishi. So far all I've found
>> are complete kits. I have that, sans the aforementioned adapter(s).
>> Any leads to a solid source would be most appreciated.

>==================
>You might want to check the Haynes repair manual.
>On mine there is a photo of a fabricated fitting where they've drilled
>their own holes in a bolt.


I'll try to locate ready made first, but if all else fails I imagine I
could make something.
I appreciate the response.
NS
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Old 13 Aug 2006, 09:45 am   #5 (permalink)
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On 10 Aug 2006 09:26:12 -0700, marvinshos@yahoo.com wrote:

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>Daniel wrote:
>> NickySantoro wrote:
>> > I'm looking for a source for the banjo bolt adapter for the fuel
>> > pressure gauge to fit a Toyota and a Mitsubishi. So far all I've found
>> > are complete kits. I have that, sans the aforementioned adapter(s).
>> > Any leads to a solid source would be most appreciated.

>> ==================
>> You might want to check the Haynes repair manual.
>> On mine there is a photo of a fabricated fitting where they've drilled
>> their own holes in a bolt.

>
>I too nwould like to fabricate a bajo bolt but it is more easily said
>then done. Who is going to drill through the center of a 2" bolt?
>What thread and diameter bolt are we to buy?


I imagine it wouldn't be too difficult to drill a brass bolt but
finding the correct metric brass bolt might be onerous.
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