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  1. #92
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    So I could have saved $10 and bought one. So if blue is universal I like the RED one better so I can use this on all oil types?

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    I use this one. Yellow jacket 60971

  3. #94
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    Quote Originally Posted by valdelocc View Post
    I dont need it cause I get paid by the hour
    Ha!

  4. #95
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    Looks like a nice set. I'm still thinking, still trying to evolve into an e-vac set-up that doesn't cause me tantrums, fits of cursing and hours of frustration looking for non existent leaks. I want a vacuum pump that'll suck the nuts off a squirrel at fifty yards and I can judge whether the job is done when the copper starts to collapse! Evac drives me nuts!

  5. #96
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    Been using this
    2- Appion 1/2" hoses
    2- Appion vcrt's
    1- yellow jacket evac 2 (blu vac)
    Super fast and now I know if the system is holding will never use a manifold again.Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1398436028399.jpg
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    Do it once. Do it correct.

  6. #97
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    Very nice! Time for a beer?

  7. #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by Utahjohn View Post
    Been using this
    2- Appion 1/2" hoses
    2- Appion vcrt's
    1- yellow jacket evac 2 (blu vac)
    Super fast and now I know if the system is holding will never use a manifold again.Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1398436028399.jpg
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    WTH's with mounting the disconnect to the damn service panel???

  8. #99
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    Not sure I'm just doing start up we have some real smart guys on install crew

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    Do it once. Do it correct.

  9. #100
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    What is used to connect the two hoses directly to the vacuum pump

  10. #101
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    2 Valve core removal tools, 2 half inch hoses one on each side of system, and directly teed to vacuum pump and with a micron instrument. Nothing too spectacular just good old fashioned evacuatin'

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  11. #102
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    My vacuum pump has 1 1/4 and 1 3/8 port is there any reason I couldn't use this instead of the $65 dollar tee yellow jacket has

    http://www.sears.com/lasco-plumbing-...SPM10753062719

  12. #103
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    i dont see why not i am going to a tee with 2- 3/8 flare tee that will go directly into my pump. at the moment i have a 1/2 to 3/8 reducer on my new JB 7cfm
    Do it once. Do it correct.

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