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I never tap holesOh, other guys made it seem like that was the way it was suppose to be done earlier in this thread, so I assumed that's how you meant for it to be done as it is your kit being discussed.
but if you are going that route you'd want to tap the 6 on the bottom using the 6-32 bit, and the rear cylinder with the 10-32 bit. I *think* the hose barbs and Clippard Valve screws are 10-32, but you should double check on those.Hopefully one of the other guys who've tapped the holes can chime in and confirm or not if it is correct. But again, thanks TC!
duplicate post sorry.
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