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Do all male threads fit every female thread? 3 weeks 5 days ago #85244

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I have a Chosen apprentice saber and I’m thinking about changing the emitter but the emitter I want has a female thread and the Chosen’s switch section also has a female thread. I was looking at the couplers and realized I could potentially use that as a adapter since they have a male thread on both sides. So my question is if the male thread on the coupler will actually fit the female thread of the Chosen’s switch section. If you have a different solution as well, it would really help. Thanks!
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Do all male threads fit every female thread? 3 weeks 5 days ago #85251

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It is soo hard to hold back all the things I could say that would make this thread non kid-friendly... I guess I just have a really dirty mind lol




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Do all male threads fit every female thread? 3 weeks 5 days ago #85254

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Oh yeah I started internally laughing continuously as I wrote it haha
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Do all male threads fit every female thread? 3 weeks 5 days ago #85255

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theoretically, yes they should, but as I do not have that I cannot confirm nor deny that. But it should,
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Do all male threads fit every female thread? 3 weeks 5 days ago #85256

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ASP threads should match the threads on your pommel. If the pommel can screw into the switch, sure, you could swap a coupler and emitter there.

If I had to make a guess, I'd think that standard ASP threads won't fit, but you might be able to swap in an ASP thin neck emitter. I can't guarantee it though.
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Do all male threads fit every female thread? 3 weeks 5 days ago #85264

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BatmanBurchett wrote:
I have a Chosen apprentice saber and I’m thinking about changing the emitter but the emitter I want has a female thread and the Chosen’s switch section also has a female thread.
I'm going to say No.
There are several differences on the Chosen that differ greatly to other Thin Necks and ASP parts that would make cross-use incompatible. For example, the switch part of Chosen is essentially a Grenade with 12mm switch holes drilled into it. Similarly to Thin Neck Adapter3 for illustration, the Female threads of the switch part are a smaller ID and are specific in size to the actual Thin Neck piece compared to the Female threads on the other (pommel) end where the ID is wider, where mating of Male to Female occurs (with pommels, couplers, extensions etc).


Then there's the actual Thin Neck Part. This (& Forsaken and maybe Talon) are different in size to the other Thin Necks ie Redeemer, Exalted, Prodigal Son. Whilst the anatomy maybe be the same - the emitter cap threads onto the Neck, the difference in OD/ID would make swapping out the Emitter incompatible.

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