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Threads that go on to di tank cap

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Hi Folks,

 

I am looking for replacement unscrewable threads that screw directly in to the hexagon shape cap of a di tank if anyone can help.

 

Thanks

Seye

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seye

Thanks bingo. The one from wintecs is the idea but think stanard size would be to big to go straight in think i would need an adaptor will browse wintecs site though. The origional way the top of my di tank was set up was a screw thread that went in to the top then a convertor thread to take standard half inch attachments.

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The ones from Wintecs and Cleaning Spot should fit though, as their all 3/4 thread to fit into the head. Hozelock type connectors click onto the other end.

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The ones from Wintecs and Cleaning Spot should fit though, as their all 3/4 thread to fit into the head. Hozelock type connectors click onto the other end.

 

They will fit, I have four vessels, two with male adaptors into female ends & two with just straight male ends. They all do the same job but if you go the "two part" route- they will protrude more than just using a single male part.

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They will fit, I have four vessels, two with male adaptors into female ends & two with just straight male ends. They all do the same job but if you go the "two part" route- they will protrude more than just using a single male part.

 

Managed to get 2 hozelock ones much better than the way it was before as you say don't protrude anywhere near the way they did before, so thanks for help all :thumbsup:

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