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Old 8th October 2019, 12:03   #1
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Default Diesel turbo elbow downpipe studs

Do they just knock out or are they welded in?
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Old 8th October 2019, 12:48   #2
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madmatt, sorry I cant help but do you by any chance have item 1 on this link
https://rimmerbros.com/Item--i-GRID001957 off your car?

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Old 8th October 2019, 17:41   #3
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Do they just knock out or are they welded in?

Not welded, threaded.
See Post 4 in this similar thread: https://the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/s...d.php?t=299796


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madmatt, sorry I cant help but do you by any chance have item 1 on this link
https://rimmerbros.com/Item--i-GRID001957 off your car?

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Not welded, threaded.
See Post 4 in this similar thread: https://the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/s...d.php?t=299796


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TC, you and I may be taking at cross purposes. Which end are you referring to, engine end or exhaust pipe end?

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I have such a part should you want it
Number 6, thank you. Could you take a photo of the top of the three bolts
and the whole unit from the side and send to me please? I would really appreciate it as I think there is some confusion/misunderstanding.

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Number 6, thank you. Could you take a photo of the top of the three bolts
and the whole unit from the side and send to me please? I would really appreciate it as I think there is some confusion/misunderstanding.

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Can you PM an e-mail address as I cant post pics on here for some reason

For your info the end that attaches to the TURBO Has holes that goes over studs on the Turbo and the exhaust end has studs for the exhaust to attach to. HTH.
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TC, you and I may be taking at cross purposes. Which end are you referring to, engine end or exhaust pipe end?

I dunno, I was generalising about studs with no particular location in mind. Madmatt asked if they are welded in. All studs are held in location by threads, typically in a blind hole (eg. for the exhaust manifold), but sometimes in a through hole, so you can see the end of the stud on the rear face of a pipe flange for example. Some studs have two thread sections with a gap between to limit the insertion. Other types can have a different thread type at each end according to the metallergy of the parts being held.



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The studs in our exhaust pipes knock out, they have a splined section below the flat head.

Get it nice and hot and drift it out using a punch.
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The studs in our exhaust pipes knock out, they have a splined section below the flat head.

All mine are threaded (1.8turbo).


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