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Old 07-22-2021, 08:51 AM #4006
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I don't know of any torque spec for that nut. My general rule of thumb for these unknown nuts and bolts are:

14mm = Strong arm it
12mm = Firm and snug
10mm = Slightly more than finger tight

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Oh, my bad!

I get my metric nuts and bolts from Home Depot or Ace Hardware. HD has a separate drawer on the end that has all their metric nuts and bolts. If I can't find it there, Ace Hardware always has it but for 2x the price.
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Sorry, I meant spec as in what size & type of nut to get to replace it with, not torque spec. It just seems like an odd/special size so I thought I'd see if anyone knew a source for it.
FYI for anyone who happens across this in the future - it's an M8x1.25 nut, but it needs to be a 10mm wrench size (width across the flats) in order to fit in the little recess. I couldn't find such a nut so I made one by taking an M6 nut (10mm across the flats), drilling and tapping it out to M8x1.25. Helps a lot if you have a metal lathe but just a vice and a steady hand should work too.
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OK wizards, here's my next challenge. I thought it would be a good idea to swap out the gaskets in my bypass valve assembly - there are supposed to be two of them, one where the pipe meets the rotor housing, and one where the pipe meets the butterfly valve housing. My problem is, I can't get the pipe separated from the butterfly housing - the retaining clip broke and now it's stuck on there:



Any bright ideas for getting that thing off there without completely destroying it? Anyone have a source for buying a new bypass assembly (not the valve but the butterfly assembly & pipe)?

I'll probably just get it put back together as-is (leaving this mess as-is) but eventually I fear the gasket that I can't get at will lead to a vacuum leak, so eventually it'll need to get swapped.
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