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Old 27 August 2013, 16:49   #1
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Retro fitting A6 Pressure Relief Valves?

Retro fitting A6 Pressure Relief Valves?
Has anyone done it? Can you get the back in the same hole you cut for the valve?
Plan would be mark hole cut insert back screw in body tighten up to required torque job done!

Anyone done it?
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Old 27 August 2013, 22:24   #2
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I have thought about it??

http://www.leafieldmarine.co.uk/Port...tion-Sheet.pdf
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yes can be done with care and should have doubler patch also
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Old 28 August 2013, 02:18   #4
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yes can be done with care and should have doubler patch also
Thanks Paul, do you really need the doubler patch?
It is intended for my PVC Ribeye playtime if that makes any difference?

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you can get away without the doubler but its better with it
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you can get away without the doubler but its better with it
Ok thanks for the info, Nick
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