| >It could be BSP, however it should be the same thread as the injector
| >One way to find out is count the number of threads per inch (or known
| >fraction of an in) and then refer back to a set of tables because the
| >different types of BS threads have varying numbers of threads per inch.
| All injection fittings with the possible exception of GM and Cummins PT
| are based on Metric threads, dating back to the original Bosch and
| So are virtually all carburettor parts, even Zenith in the USA.
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If this is the case then it may be a non-standard (bastard) size, like the
track-rod end lock nuts on a MK4 ford (M 8.5 Fine if I remember right), and
only available from special stockists