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landy andy



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Threads are all good on mine so haven’t needed to make any repairs. BUT. What about putting studs into the hosing, and then holding the cap on with a couple of nuts. That way you aren’t repeatedly straining the thread in the aluminium body??

Thoughts

Andy.

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Just for closure, wanted to say thanks for the expert responses.
After faffing about for far too long I can confirm that I am now a fully paid up member of the nut and bolt club!
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