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I have hear that If you mix food coloring in a clear see through talk with clear hydraylic fluid works ....any ideas? Any pic?
 

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Originally posted by skanlesscc@May 26 2011, 09:06 AM~20632657
I have hear that If you mix  food coloring in a clear see through talk with clear hydraylic fluid works ....any ideas?    Any pic?

I dont this so because food coloring is water base and oil is oil.

You will see color bubbles floating in you oil.
 

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Originally posted by skanlesscc@May 26 2011, 09:48 PM~20637921
Any one have pic
the draw back of using anything colored in the clear tank is that Im sure it get durty after using it a few times.

Hydrulic oil comes in yellow and red.
 

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Originally posted by edmunds costoms hyd@May 27 2011, 12:03 AM~20638569
the draw back of using anything colored in the clear tank is that Im sure it get durty after using it a few times.

Hydrulic oil comes in yellow and red.
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if you plan to have a dummy tank and pump set up for show only that might be ok and will stay relativly clean...

but the ones ive seen done was useless... ended up looking worse after a few cycles...
 

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Originally posted by edmunds costoms hyd@May 27 2011, 02:03 AM~20638569


Hydrulic oil comes in yellow and red.

wassnt porky's oil blue?
:biggrin:

im old...
 

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there is clear oil...shells if im not mistaken
 

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Originally posted by westsidehydros@May 27 2011, 06:12 PM~20643313
wassnt porky's oil blue?
:biggrin:

im old...

Im old too and actually (Old School), but I didnt use Porkys stuff.
 

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Originally posted by edmunds costoms hyd@May 27 2011, 09:24 PM~20644097
Im old too and actually (Old School), but I didnt use Porkys stuff.
:roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao:
YOUR DOING IT WRONG THEN OLD PEOPLE USE PORKYS ;)
 

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Originally posted by SPOOK82@May 28 2011, 12:29 AM~20645294
:roflmao:  :roflmao:  :roflmao:  :roflmao:
YOUR DOING IT WRONG THEN  OLD PEOPLE USE PORKYS ;)

All hommie, I dont know where you came into the Lowriding lifestyile but Porkys wasnt out when I started Low Riding. Porkys was after the fact.


Heres some Old School for you .

I just missed having to use these pumps but I have a nice collection.








Me in the late 70's, and yes a Pinto with hydraulics.



My first pump had a bell dump on it, have you seen on of thoes or lately?






this is a Otto's hydraulics side to side pump back in the 70's



Old School Otto's whammy side to side







check out the date on the bottom corner---1978




my mini truck in the late 80's

All with aluminum blocks and Adel squares , not the cast blocks and Porky Delta side to side dumps.







And heres the settup on my Blazer, I took it back to the Old School look because I got tired of seem the same stuff in everyones trunk.






Now Im Old School.

BUT , Im glad your up in here letting me know that after all these years Ive been doing it wrong all this time.
 

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Originally posted by edmunds costoms hyd@May 28 2011, 09:47 AM~20646166
All hommie,  I dont know where you came into the Lowriding lifestyile but Porkys wasnt out when I started Low Riding.  Porkys was after the fact.
Heres some Old School for you .

I just missed having to use these pumps but I have a nice collection.






Me in the late 70's, and yes a Pinto with hydraulics.



My first pump had a bell dump on it, have you seen on of thoes or lately?




this is a Otto's hydraulics side to side pump back in the 70's



Old School Otto's whammy side to side





check out the date on the bottom corner---1978


my mini truck in the late 80's

All with aluminum blocks and Adel squares , not the cast blocks and  Porky Delta side to side dumps.



And heres the settup on my Blazer, I took it back to the Old School look because I got tired of seem the same stuff in everyones trunk.




Now Im  Old School.

BUT , Im glad your up in here letting me know that after all these years Ive been doing it wrong all this time.
you have a great collection my friend and the blazer setup is clean as fuck! :thumbsup:
 

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Originally posted by CovetedStyle@May 28 2011, 10:59 AM~20646713
you have a great collection my friend and the blazer setup is clean as fuck! :thumbsup:

Thanks for the props hommie, I did put a lot of heart in it when putting it together.

I like it when guys look at it at shows and ask what kinda of pumps and dumps are they.

Its Old School :cool:
 

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Originally posted by edmunds costoms hyd@May 28 2011, 08:47 AM~20646166
All hommie,  I dont know where you came into the Lowriding lifestyile but Porkys wasnt out when I started Low Riding.  Porkys was after the fact.
Heres some Old School for you .

I just missed having to use these pumps but I have a nice collection.






Me in the late 70's, and yes a Pinto with hydraulics.



My first pump had a bell dump on it, have you seen on of thoes or lately?




this is a Otto's hydraulics side to side pump back in the 70's



Old School Otto's whammy side to side





check out the date on the bottom corner---1978


my mini truck in the late 80's

All with aluminum blocks and Adel squares , not the cast blocks and  Porky Delta side to side dumps.



And heres the settup on my Blazer, I took it back to the Old School look because I got tired of seem the same stuff in everyones trunk.




Now Im  Old School.

BUT , Im glad your up in here letting me know that after all these years Ive been doing it wrong all this time.
That set up in the later is nice ...i Went with the wammy tank , watermen dump , and the old school slow down valve.....
 
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