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Old 12-04-2012, 08:45 AM   #11
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Would look like it. Its for the same machine, would not surprise me of its just a rebranded Parker part. Have already fitted it up and mocked everything up. It fits and the flair is perfect. Last bit I needs to do is put the hole in the header, and then shave and cut the other end of the fitting as needed. Once I do that it off to the welder.
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Old 12-04-2012, 04:05 PM   #12
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http://www.hoseandfittings.com/...is where I found it.

Cheap and no minimum order size. A lot of places, including my local Fastenal, had a $20-$50 minimum.
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Old 12-04-2012, 07:43 PM   #13
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I just finished installing my header yesterday! The stock adapter between the egr tube and the cat that I posted on the previous page worked beautifully, welded in place it looks exactly like a ford racing header. Seems like it should be possible to find a part number if you guys don't have the adapter laying around?
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Dorman# 917-400 looks like it might work. The Ford basic part number is a 9F485 - doesn't look too expensive from the dealer.
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If you have or can find the org bung on a factory setup cut it off an weld it in I'm going to put on an svt header soon an that's what I was goin to do so there was no guessing if it would work . By no means am I an exp just lookin at what I have what I need an I can do the welding myself so good luck
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Would look like it. Its for the same machine, would not surprise me of its just a rebranded Parker part. Have already fitted it up and mocked everything up. It fits and the flair is perfect. Last bit I needs to do is put the hole in the header, and then shave and cut the other end of the fitting as needed. Once I do that it off to the welder.
what bung did u end up using, im having to do the same. wanted to do a egr delete but that would throw a code and i would have to tune.
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Old 03-18-2013, 06:49 PM   #17
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I went with the P/N I listed above. i got from a local pipe fitting distributor. Parker adapter 8-8HMKAS Komatsu adapter.


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Installed on header w/ wrap

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This place...

http://www.adaptall.com/products/carbonsteel/9236.html

...seems to have a lot of adapters. 9236-22-22 would be the correct size then to connect the tube to bung? I'm going to put a call into these guys tomorrow.
is that the website you order the bung from. im looking for the same fitting. and did this work?
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That looks almost exactly the same as mine did using the adapter from the stock cat, btw nice wrapping job

Trev FF if you have your stock cat there is an adapter between the cat and the egr tube that I welded onto my header. Pictures of the adapter are on the previous page.
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That looks almost exactly the same as mine did using the adapter from the stock cat, btw nice wrapping job

Trev FF if you have your stock cat there is an adapter between the cat and the egr tube that I welded onto my header. Pictures of the adapter are on the previous page.
i dont want to use the one in my cat. becuz i mite want to put my stock stuff back on if i sell.
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