Help defining tolerance for true position radial holes
Working on a part that has radial holes in a cylindrical part. Hole location is (.014(M)/A/B(M)/C. C is not used on the part, A is the end of the part or the flat of the cylinder so that would be easy enough, B is actually the center of the part defined by one of the diameters of the part. The diameter for the B datum is not the same surface for the radial holes. I am trying to determine actual radial misalignment tolerance. There is no callout for angle tolerance specifically yet there is an angle location for the part.
The angles are all boxed. I understand MML just fine but I do not think I get any leadway on the MML because this is a threaded hole. .014 true position is a tight tolerance. Is there any other way to get more tolerance with this callout?