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Robert Pickard

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You can always use an exit water cooling fitting that you use for an inboard non rigger that exits out the side

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For a outboard 45 pipe

 

Robert,

What exactly are you looking for?

John is showing a "Butt Load" of the Tetra 90* fittings in stock.

And I'm sure he has some of the Mac's thin wall pressure fittings

 

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I called he told me he had nothing for the outboard pipe, it has a 10- 24 thread, The tetra does not work on a O.B. pipe must have a 10-24 threading to go into the pipe

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Personally I'd just drill and tap the pipe 10-32 and use a 10-32 fitting. Plenty of 10-32 fittings in straight and 90 degrees. Offshore electric has a good selection and decent prices.

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If the option is between not being able to find a fitting for the thread the pipe is d/t'd for and changing it to a thread one can easily find fittings for, I was sharing the approach I'd take.

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By one of the 90% pressure fittings from John drill out the hole thread the pressure fitting in from inside of the pipe put the washer and nut after applying some locktight on the threads you will never have to replace the fitting again never less worry about stripping out the threads....

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