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Old November 29th, 2009, 09:50 PM
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Question Brass radiator plug ERR4686

Anyone know where to source them in the US, i mean the brass version.

I've heard they work also as diff filler plug on D2, that's the reason
i need them.
I have two on my Tdi, but that's a long time ago and i do not
remember where i got them.
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Pretty sure Expedition Exchange sells them.

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Gee, you guys are fast ...

I googled it as "ERR4686B", i guess B stands for Brass, and
i got this:

http://www.rovahfarm.com/rangecooling.htm

Price is good but they look short.
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Just go for EE.

I got two of them for D2 diff plugs and they are a-ok.
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Wow, $3.99 is cheap. It makes me wonder if they are actually BSPF thread and not just NPT. I can't sell them for less that $12.
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Wholesale price from Britpart is 0.85UKP, so $4 US is not unreasonable.
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Why use that for the diff when the D2 comes with a nice magnetic, flush, diff plug? What is the reasoning, just curious?
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Why use that for the diff when the D2 comes with a nice magnetic, flush, diff plug? What is the reasoning, just curious?
Todd, we're talking about the "diff filler plug", which is not nice, not magnetic
and not even metal .
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