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Old 03-14-2018, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Hut Fountin pen Nib ID

Was given big box of Hut Pen kit from my good friend who pass way by his wife.
Have several kits of fountain pen-roller ball that have pets missing. However I have lot of nibs sections that I want t use for kitless FP.
Unable to ID thread size or pitch. Contacted Hut without any response.
Any suggestions .
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Have a look here: Pen and Pencil Kits-hutproducts.com

However, it is very unusual for vendors of pen kits to sell individual parts for those pens.

In order to identify the thread size, use a pair of calipers to measure the outside diameter of the threads. In order to identify the pitch use a thread gauge available at many tool hardware (or related) stores (but probably not Home Depot or Lowes).
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This can be a hit or miss project, but I have taken nuts and bolts to a real hardware store and went through their nuts and bolts section until I got them all matched up. This is for repairing machinery, usually trying to upgrade bolts because the Chinese factory stuff was substandard.
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Old 03-15-2018, 07:07 PM   #4 (permalink)
 
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Smile Hut Fountain pen Nib ID

After looking and looking around I found that the Hut Nib is a Heritance #6.Found that Silver pen parts had a tap for the #6 nib.
Place order and waiting!!!!!!
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