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Check valve questions again

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svcummins

01-11-2021 14:00:42




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When drilling the fitting am I supposed to drill to a depth of .650 ?




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Tx Jim

01-12-2021 03:47:06




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to svcummins, 01-11-2021 14:00:42  
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svcummins

01-12-2021 17:57:12




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to Tx Jim, 01-12-2021 03:47:06  
Thanks it all makes sense now . I just hate dropping something off with no idea what needs done



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wore out

01-12-2021 03:42:01




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to svcummins, 01-11-2021 14:00:42  
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That's the depth to which you run the tap down into the fitting.

I suspect you can get by with the lesser depth if using a bottoming tap to finish vs. using a "plug tap".



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svcummins

01-12-2021 17:55:39




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to wore out, 01-12-2021 03:42:01  
That makes sense . Now I just need to get it off and take it up and let them do it . The dealer is sending a copy of the service bulletin then I can take that with the parts



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wore out

01-11-2021 21:34:46




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The instructions in your first post make perfect sense to me and you say you are having a machine shop guy do it, dunno why there'd be any issues, IMHO.



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svcummins

01-12-2021 01:41:41




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to wore out, 01-11-2021 21:34:46  
Where do you find anything that matches up with .650 or . 850?



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svcummins

01-12-2021 01:32:19




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to wore out, 01-11-2021 21:34:46  
Iíve had the shop do quite a few little jobs like this and they are cheaper than buying the bit so thatís where it will go



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Cliff Nelson

01-11-2021 20:39:50




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to svcummins, 01-11-2021 14:00:42  
I drill them all the way to the intersecting hole as the original service bulletin states. Tap deep enough for the valve seat to thread in to the shoulder.



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svcummins

01-11-2021 21:16:45




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to Cliff Nelson, 01-11-2021 20:39:50  
I just ask my dealer if he had any instructions



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wisconsin cowman

01-11-2021 14:38:22




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to svcummins, 01-11-2021 14:00:42  
I would think you would have to drill deeper then .650Ē because he has the hole tapped to the depth of .650".



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svcummins

01-11-2021 14:45:25




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to wisconsin cowman, 01-11-2021 14:38:22  
Iím going to take it the machine shop hopefully he can figure it out



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wisconsin cowman

01-11-2021 14:58:17




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to svcummins, 01-11-2021 14:45:25  
He probably drilled it about a 1.00Ē if he stopped at .200 and tapped it .805Ē. Going by his numbers he has typed up.



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svcummins

01-11-2021 15:15:02




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to wisconsin cowman, 01-11-2021 14:58:17  
The valve measures .769 diameter so that doesnít fit .850 either . Iím not doing the work anyway



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svcummins

01-11-2021 15:05:14




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 Re: Check valve questions again in reply to wisconsin cowman, 01-11-2021 14:58:17  
The valve measures about an inch and 410 thousandths so I donít know what the numbers are he has . I donít have a drill press or a bit



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