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? you're not only admitting to trolling but bragging about it ? .

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Thumbs up 722. Tranny Pressure Adjustment

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I've been looking for this thread, Bill kindly sent it to me .
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The dealer is unable to locate the part or part number for ALDA banjo bolt.

I'm attempting to locate the part number for the ALDA banjo bolt so I can order one through the dealer. Does anyone know the part number?

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If I give one to you, will you be polite and say thank you ? .
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not sure if this is helpful - but the "PITTSBURGH AUTOMOTIVE
Engine Oil Pressure Test Kit" from HF has all the fittings/adpaters and hose/gauge you need to test the pressure from under the car. hose not long enough to bring into cabin of course. The whole kit is only 29 bucks - so maybe be not a bad alternative to using a banjo bolt for this.
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Belmertic.com has fittings.
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Post H.F. Test Kit

Here it is : https://www.harborfreight.com/engine-oil-pressure-test-kit-62621.html

I don't see any banjo bolts in it .
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I think the HF kit has a M8x1 fitting which is the one you need. That kit is also mentioned in the “1981 – 1985 300SD 722.3 and 722.4 Transmission Adjustment Guide” by Peter Keun that I found online.
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I'm attempting to locate the part number for the ALDA banjo bolt so I can order one through the dealer. Does anyone know the part number?
The PN for the bolt is N 000000 004895 or N 915036 005100 and the sealing washer is N 007603 008109.
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Here it is : https://www.harborfreight.com/engine-oil-pressure-test-kit-62621.html

I don't see any banjo bolts in it .

yeah - it has the right fitting, and even a right angle adapter, so it works with the hose and gauge in the kit. no banjo bolt needed.
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Thumbs up H.F. Kit # 62621

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