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 Post subject: Re: Source and Sizing for Oil Feed Banjo
PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 7:35 pm 
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Steve,

I'll have to look in the shop, I think I may have more 8mm banjos and bolts. I got them originally from Earl's out of Indinapolis, they are 8mm dash 3 banjos. I think I have the paperwork for the part numbers. I take it that you are changing the horizontal oil feed from a AN fitting to banjo. For the cam oil feed, you do need to restrict them to .080".

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Yeah, Gary - I was going to swap the entire cam ends for a genuine F1 pair that are set-up for the fittings, so the horizontal line was my focus.. If you've got some 8mm kicking around; great. I f not, and no part number, I'll likely try go the 10mm with a top-hat centering adapter and call it a day.

Thanks Bill - for the Goodridge catalog link - I might try that approach as well. Thanks everyone for the advice - I've learned a bunch..

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 Post subject: Re: Source and Sizing for Oil Feed Banjo
PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:54 am 
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Steve,

The p/n was 6007092ERL, but Earl's told me that it was discontinued. Those were stainless steel which are heavy, it would be nice to find some aluminum ones. 10mm aluminum banjo fittings are probably lighter anyway. I do have one 8mm bolt which I think came from a Kawasaki EX500.

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 Post subject: Re: Source and Sizing for Oil Feed Banjo
PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 10:26 am 
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Just saw this on FBF's ebay list while looking at the 851 coolant hoses, and thought of your post. As best I can remember from my 748, these are 8M, not sure of pitch. They're steel, but the price is right and they said two are available. Item # 310230351993
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 Post subject: Re: Source and Sizing for Oil Feed Banjo
PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:19 pm 
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pantah_good wrote:
Just saw this on FBF's ebay list while looking at the 851 coolant hoses, and thought of your post. As best I can remember from my 748, these are 8M, not sure of pitch. They're steel, but the price is right and they said two are available. Item # 310230351993
Bill


Thanks, Bill - Wrong thread pitch though.. S'OK - I've got bolts, so I'm gonna got with 10mm with top-hats and reducers.

Thanks, Gary as well..

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