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    Under Pressure!

    Tap that ass!!!

    She was tight too!!!

    I could barely get it in!!!

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    Now were talking !

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    Woah!
    Went to install everything, and noted that I burnt my wear ring so bad the sst cracked in a front/back line in a burn spot!

    Love those 800 grates!

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    Mark, how is it going to work? Any kind of valve?

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    Sorry I was being so cryptic. I was enjoying the play on words too much.

    No, this is just a pressure fitting to measure the tunnel. You got to walk before you can run.


    For all I know I won't learn crap, but I'll try!

    Got to get my prop back first, anyway!

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    Gotcha!!!!! It shouldnt take you too long to be running now.

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    Ordered one of these.

    Nickel-Plated Brass Subminiature Pressure Regulator Our smallest pressure regulator is nickel-plated for corrosion resistance. Use with water, oil, and gas. Seals are Buna-N. Panel mount in a 1/2" cutout. Not factory set at a specific pressure. Maximum inlet pressure is 125 psi. Temperature range is -25 to +180 F. Note: Length is measured from the side of the regulator to the center of the inlet connection.
    Connections: Bottom UNF straight-threaded inlet and side UNF straight-threaded outlet.
    Thread Outlet Pressure Size Range, psi Lg. Each
    10-325-80 3/8"buildTargetStr('TR8956;tr;PT89561')3834T51 $24.31


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    Sorry I was being so cryptic. I was enjoying the play on words too much.

    No, this is just a pressure fitting to measure the tunnel. You got to walk before you can run.


    For all I know I won't learn crap, but I'll try!

    Got to get my prop back first, anyway!
    Screw that!! What doesn't kill you will make you stronger right!! JK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Screw that!! What doesn't kill you will make you stronger right!! JK.

    Well, after your little "mud-journey" I guess you would be an expert, right?

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    Nothing soap and a pressure cleaner won't take care of.

    I do think I learned something today!

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