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Is this gas orifice #54 for Propane Gas?? I am looking for 2 propane gas orifices like this 2 A-Z 1455.
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I am in need of a #52 for LP, however; I need it to be 1" long. It is for a Rustic gas stove, currently Natural gas equipped.
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is there a male or female NPT or flare connection that can be used with this? Southbend 1179188 Orifice Extension
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Commercial LP Gas Burner Orifice

1/8" Male x 1/8" female thread; Size 72 Hole; LP gas
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What is the OD (outside diameter) of the threaded portion of this orifice ? and what is the length of the threaded portion of the orifice?

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the OD of the threaded MALE part is 3/8". Now, the length of the threaded part of the male part is 1/4". However, the length of the whole protrusion that comes off the hexagonal part is about 5/16". The diameter of the threaded part inside the hexagonal part is 3/8."
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