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Old 01-20-2011, 08:57 PM
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Question DPF pipe plug size??

Anybody know what size pipe plug I need to use on the DPF delete pipe? I remember seeing a thread on this but I can't find it for the life of me. I bought the DPF delete pipe with the bungs and no longer need to use the sensors since I got the mini max.

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Old 01-20-2011, 09:40 PM
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dont know off the top of my head but if you havent installed yet,just take it down to ace and go to the hardware section and search til you find what you need.
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There is one M14 x 1.25 mm and three M12 x 1.25 mm. AFE now sells a kit will all of the sizes you need or you can get them at a hardware store.
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There is one M14 x 1.25 mm and three M12 x 1.25 mm. AFE now sells a kit will all of the sizes you need or you can get them at a hardware store.
isn't the kit like $20.00 bucks though? Shouldn't cost more than 2-3 bucks at the hardware store.
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isn't the kit like $20.00 bucks though? Shouldn't cost more than 2-3 bucks at the hardware store.
If you can find them for $2-3 at a hardware store near you, then that would be the way to go. When I bought mine, I think they were about $4-5 for each bolt, were longer than what you need, and I had to go to about 5 different stores before I could find them all. You might have better luck in your area, but around me, metric with fine thread is hard to find.
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Old 01-21-2011, 09:31 AM
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We use 12mm stainless bolts on the 409 ss and 12mm regular on the aluminized.No issues thus far.
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