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Thats a good link Joe....Those are just right for light duty stuff like I do...Thanks...

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Whoo-Hooooo !!!!!!

I "finally" helped ira-k !!!!

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HaHa...Hey you gave me a good link on the quad-core heat dump the other day to.......
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Cool !

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Originally Posted by LiNERROR View Post

depending on where you live, you may be able to get them local cheaper...


i have a local super tool store where i've purchased 1/4 pipe taps for 7 bucks...

Thanks for that tip LiNERROR. I called up my local tool supply store and was almost shocked to find out they had a 1/4"-19 in stock for about $8.00. You just saved me a bunch of money and time. thumb.gif
I plan on tapping a treaded hole into my reservoir and now I can get to it and not have to wait a week. Since the reservoir is made from nylon (XSPC pump/combo unit) I am not too concerned on purchasing the 11.8 mm drill bit at this time. I can probably get away with a 15/32" or a 29/64" drill bit since it is a softer material. If it were metal I would definitely get the 11.8mm.
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