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Author Subject: Lambda crossthread =/
jimmy_boy Forum Admin

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Post #1
Does anyone know what thread size the lambda sensor uses?

I managed to muller the thread and destroyed the sensor last time I took the decat off and now thinking about cutting it away and welding a nut on there.

Just by chance if anyone knows?

Cheers Smile

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Posted 24th Jan 2011 at 01:01
tvrfan007

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Post #2
Lambdas are normally M18x1.5. I can't say with any certainty but you can buy M18x1.5 bosses to weld on.

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Posted 24th Jan 2011 at 01:12
mabgti

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Post #3
Ive got a spare boss if you wanna weld over it..

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Posted 24th Jan 2011 at 01:22
smegal

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Post #4
Machinemart sell a spark plug thread chaser.

here

Failing that just weld a new boss over or plug that one and fit another elsewhere.

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Posted 24th Jan 2011 at 02:04
jimmy_boy Forum Admin

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Cheers guys!

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Posted 24th Jan 2011 at 02:04
welshpug!

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Post #6
I'd chop the old one off and weld a new one on Thumbs up

make sure you get it at the right angle, cheaper than getting a thread tap if you know someone who'll weld it on for a beer/pack of biccies.

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Posted 24th Jan 2011 at 02:35

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