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seriously, stop using teflon tape to seal up the BRASS non pressure rated fittings on your pressure side :uh: oil eats teflon tape
 

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on second thought never mind..lol its a lubricant not a sealer...

oh yeah all my fittings are steel not brass... :roflmao: :roflmao:
 

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:uh: if said installer is smart enough to know when to stop with the tape..... other wise youll be using a dental pick and air to remove the teflon from the block
 

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Originally posted by praisethelowered59@Jan 16 2010, 11:13 PM~16313606
:uh: if said installer is smart enough to know when to stop with the tape..... other wise youll be using a dental pick and air to remove the teflon from the block

i personally dont use teflon...but just sayin what its for.. :wow:
 

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Originally posted by praisethelowered59@Jan 17 2010, 12:06 AM~16313553
seriously, stop using teflon tape to seal up the BRASS non pressure rated fittings on your pressure side :uh: oil eats teflon tape
:uh:


oil DOES NOT eat teflon tape.



and if YOU or ANYONE else is using brass fittings, give up already.
 

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oh brother, just erace the topic :sprint:
 

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Originally posted by NastyRedz@Jan 17 2010, 12:38 PM~16315753
oh brother,  just erace the topic  :sprint:
:yes: or erase it :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by praisethelowered59@Jan 16 2010, 10:06 PM~16313553
seriously, stop using teflon tape to seal up the BRASS non pressure rated fittings on your pressure side :uh: oil eats teflon tape
What? brass fittings? thats for coolant systems. Pipe threads seal themselves . If your using brass for fittings use liquid teflon on the threads. Why are you using brass fittings on a hydro ride? just curious
 

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Originally posted by KingsWood@Jan 17 2010, 11:09 AM~16315634
:thumbsup: i use duct tape
same here, but if the car is black, i use electrical tape (to color match of course)


luckily, todays technology give us a multitude of colors in duct and electrical tapes.
 

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Originally posted by TATTOO-76@Jan 17 2010, 03:18 PM~16316936
same here, but if the car is black, i use electrical tape (to color match of course)
luckily, todays technology give us a multitude of colors in duct and electrical tapes.
WTF?! when did this happen? multicolored tape? whats next? you gonna tell me i can charge my batteries all at the same time??

:twak: :twak:
 

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Originally posted by TATTOO-76@Jan 17 2010, 02:09 AM~16314816
:uh:
oil DOES NOT eat teflon tape.
and if YOU or ANYONE else is using brass fittings, give up already.
x10000000
 

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Originally posted by biggeazy-e@Jan 17 2010, 05:46 PM~16317915
WTF?! when did this happen? multicolored tape? whats next? you gonna tell me i can charge my batteries all at the same time??

:twak:  :twak:
:cheesy:
 

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duct tape used to be called Arkansas chrome,but now they actually make it in a 'chrome' color. For thew show setups....
 

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Double sided 3m tape is really good :cool:
 
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