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Old 07-31-2019, 10:45:41 PM
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Lots of steam supply’s here....https://archive.org/details/BurnetCo...talogueNo11900
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David, love your postings of these archived books. Its great to just flip through them.
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David: I saw a few things I have , a few I would like to have , and a whole bunch of stuff I need , but unobtainable in todays world. Thanks for sharing, as LCJudge said, and keep them coming .
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Boiler patch bolts? Does anyone have any pictures of these used to repair a boiler?
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Boiler inspectors freak out when they see patch bolts.

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Thanks David; Very interesting. Many jacks and much detail on screws. I note that 1/2 inch has 12 thread as standard with other pitches available. 13 is USS NC & 12 is Whitworth now. I mention as one example.
I have a set of taps & dies down to zero-80 pitch. What tap wrench for size zero tap? I always considered size 2-56 as real delicate.
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