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What is the tread pattern for a 013793f or kit- drain valve 1/8 npt, I need to retap the hole.

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They sell self-tapping drain plugs that contain a center bolt, thus providing a new, but slightly smaller drain plug.

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It is possible to drill out and retap a hole in the block which is stripped, or which has a broken bolt shaft in it. Just be careful to go no deeper than the original. You can use first a tool like this

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If your daughter is a shipfitter she may have access to other methods

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I have never heard of meltable bolts or screws (eg nylon or something) in an engine block, it would be just futile. You can find them in body trim, bumper bars, and dash assembly, but that's about it.

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Do all wheel drive vehicals have to have all the same tread pattern?


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This tread pattern would be a loud tire.
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These 2 tread pattern would be less noise.
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The best type of tire you need is a non-aggressive touring tire.


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