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Earl's Aluminum AN to Pipe Adapter Fitting -6AN to 1/4" NPT

Earl's 982306

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Earl's Aluminum AN to Pipe Adapter Fitting -6AN to 1/4" NPT $8.55
Aluminum AN to Pipe Adapter Fitting
  • -6AN to 1/4" NPT
  • 45° Elbow

  • Earl's 982306 Details

    Anodized Aluminum 45° AN Male to NPT Male Fittings

  • Most Complete Line Offered
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  • Made In USA

  • Specifications:

    Angle
    45 Degree
    Fitting Size
    -6AN x 1/4 in. NPT
    Type
    Flare To Pipe
    Finish
    Anodized Blue
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Fitting Finish
    Blue anodized
    Fitting Material
    Aluminum
    Fitting Angle
    45 degree
    AN Attachment Type
    Male threads
    AN Size
    -6
    NPT Attachment Type
    Male threads
    NPT Size (in.)
    1/4
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    982306ERL
    Shipping Weight:
    .04
    Package Height:
    4.000
    Package Depth:
    1.000
    Package Width:
    3.000

    Earl's AN to NPT Adapter Fittings are precision machined from zinc-plated steel or anodized aluminum in a variety of sizes and angle configurations to assist with your custom plumbing project. !

    982306 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Caution re: Aluminum Fittings in Aluminum Radiator This is a great fitting when used properly. However, I caused myself a big problem by trying it dry in the radiator. First, I picked it because I thought a hard steel fitting might damage the aluminum radiator inlet from my LS3 steam tube. Anyway, I tried the part dry in the radiator and tightened it up a medium amount with a wrench. I seemed to tighten up a lot at the last second. It had GALLED. This is like cold welding as the material slides and adheres together. When I tried to back the fitting out I could not with the wrench that had put it in. I tried penetrating oil and eventually forced it out with heavy vise grips. At least two threads from the fitting were left in the radiator fitting dry welded in place. The metal left in would not come out with a steel pick. I ordered a 1/4 NPT tap online and eventually was able to clean up the threads in the radiator. I worked very carefully a little at a time with oil. What a relief. So, always use a lubricant on aluminum thread like anti-seize. That my lesson!!!
    Date published: 2017-11-29
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