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    JB ball valve manifold

    I thought I would try one of these out. Titans have been the only 4 valve that has worked for me so far.



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    So the 90˚ adapters are not needed like this one?

    “If You Can Dodge A Wrench You Can Dodge A Ball”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reeferman View Post
    I thought I would try one of these out. Titans have been the only 4 valve that has worked for me so far.


    Where can I get that kind of manifold. I have a AK900. How much is it

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    Oh.. It that a DC1100?
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    Oh.. It that a DC1100?
    It is a modified 1250. Will be trying the manifold out this weekend.

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    Thats hard core bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    Thats hard core bro
    Just had to move the sensors with a little modification of the rear case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reeferman

    Just had to move the sensors with a little modification of the rear case.
    Ok, what am I missing?

    Looks like a fairly standard DRSA to me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm

    Ok, what am I missing?

    Looks like a fairly standard DRSA to me....
    Wait.....


    I figgered it out.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    So, what is the verdict?

    Good manifold or not?
    I won't know until I go back to work and hook it up to a reefer.

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    Couple of things with this manifold that are going to be an issue. The hose holders that seem to be a good idea I am not sure if they are going to be able to take the weight of the hoses I use. Also the 3/8" hose sticks out and the only way I will be able to change that is to use a 3/8" male to female flare which will add more weight.



    U

    Unlike the Titan which was easy to do.



    The rear case was easy to modify. The sensors do not look square in this picture but are as that was the hardest to get right.



    It was a bit too tight to put the battery back where it was so just wrapped it with some rubber material and sits just fine here.




    Used nitro and I can see the valves are going to take a bit to get used to but was able to throttle it better than any other manifold I have had. But will have to see how well it does hooked up to a running unit.

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    Referman,
    Where is your goretex in the back of the shell?

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