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I have both v6 and vulcano heatblocks... can measure when I get home, otherwise you can buy a E3D heatblock along with the sock... The thread and everything is the same as the UMO.

However, it might not be possible to remove the heater and thermocouple from your old block without damaging them, in which case you have to replace those with new ones from E3D as well...

They sell a complete block-and-sock kit:

http://e3d-online.com/E3D-v6/Spares/V6-Block-Sock-Kit

EDIT:

E3D are also so kind as to leave engineering drawings to all their parts on their website:

http://files.e3d-online.com/v6/Drawings/V6-BLOCK.pdf

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