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    Is there a better way to do this???

    Is there a better way to install a flush kit? This is the way a local mechanic told me to do it last fall. I question whether it is acceptable or not? Is there a better way? It almost seems like there should be a way to put it inline somewhere?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockout View Post
    Is there a better way to install a flush kit? This is the way a local mechanic told me to do it last fall. I question whether it is acceptable or not? Is there a better way? It almost seems like there should be a way to put it inline somewhere?
    That works just fine. Mines the same, but I have a quick connect fitting. It's all good!

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    you get a mip to hose thread adapter and a hose cap with a gasket! 10 times cleaner looking

    I use a short dish washer hose to connect the 2 and leave it in the craft!

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