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Old 10-11-2017
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Also, I'd try to set up some sort of jig to make sure your perpendicular to the block for drilling and tapping.

Wether it be a block of wood, steel, aluminum, INITIALLY DRILLED in a DRILL press(so it's square), then attached / clamped, etc to the block would help keep things straight..

If it's crooked enough, you'll likely have a small leak unless using sealer on the threads...
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