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One pump..Two dumps,two switches.. :biggrin:
 

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save up and get twp it will be worth it...one to do front and back is a pain and alot of stress on one pump..
 

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The rear will lift faster than the heavy front with one pump...
 

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yup still possible though. But for the price of the pump and dumps, really the only thing you will need for a 2 pump is.... the pump.

You still have to buy all the same equipment for the suspension, you still need batteries, so really you are only missing a pump and a dump to complete a nice 2 pump setup.
 

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Plus if you ride with the cylinders half way locked up, when you turn the weight will push the fluid out of the low side into the other side then after you finish turning the corner your ride will be all leaning to one side. If it you get that just jerk the wheel back and forth, it will straighten up. LOL
 

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Originally posted by atxhopper@Sep 1 2005, 11:40 PM~3737072
Plus if you ride with the cylinders half way locked up, when you turn the weight will push the fluid out of the low side into the other side then after you finish turning the corner your ride will be all leaning to one side. If it you get that just jerk the wheel back and forth, it will straighten up. LOL

that's true if you run t-fittings off the pump... but if you ran 4 seperate check valves,dumps, and lines you wouldn't have that problem... But of course that's basiclly a two pump kit with one pump missing.. :0 after putting all the parts together you'd need for that you could probally get more bang for your buck just getting the 2 pump kit... :0
 

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Originally posted by numbnutz@Sep 1 2005, 06:25 AM~3732013
my homie wants to run a one pump setup in his ride until he gets some more cash. can we run a one pump setup to do front and back? if so how would we set up the plumbing?
All you need is 2 Y blocks right after the dumps or it all depends how you're pluming it but yes 2 "Y" 2 dumps blocks would do it (Front and back)

Originally posted by atxhopper+Sep 1 2005, 10:40 PM~3737072-->
Plus if you ride with the cylinders half way locked up, when you turn the weight will push the fluid out of the low side into the other side then after you finish turning the corner your ride will be all leaning to one side. If it you get that just jerk the wheel back and forth, it will straighten up. LOL
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I don't believe that at all as long that the tank and lines are filled it should be a problem


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@Sep 1 2005, 08:27 AM~3732242
yup still possible though. But for the price of the pump and dumps, really the only thing you will need for a 2 pump is.... the pump.

You still have to buy all the same equipment for the suspension, you still need batteries, so really you are only missing a pump and a dump to complete a nice 2 pump setup.
Like homeboy said why not buy the damn kit. :ugh: its better plus on the long run you pay just abou the same, shit its even cheaper to buy the entire kit.
 
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