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Old 07 August 2014, 00:48   #11
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I would hazard a guess that no matter what you get it will be a standard thread size, though it may be metric or imperial. Either way it shouldn't be too hard to find a nut to hold it in.

What exactly does the fitting go through? Shouldn't take too much to get it through sheet metal. [Note: just looked at my spares: They are going through a single ply of 18 or 20 gauge stainless. There is a thin jam-type nut in the inside. Didn't take it apart to measure it.]

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Old 07 August 2014, 02:21   #12
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2 seconds on google says it is a "Standard" size. So not metric most likely as standard is slang for Imperial. In the USA it would be found at every auto parts store...in Europe I will say good luck!
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