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    yes it is, my respect for you just went from squat to squat and a half.........just kidding, thats is what ive noticed in this site is that if you are not careful you will either be judged or in rare cases complimented for your van organization, tool, or tool bag that comes out in the background.

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    To those that feel the need to comment about shoes on this website............UMM, get a freakin life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casturbo View Post
    To those that feel the need to comment about shoes on this website............UMM, get a freakin life.
    I don't have one that's why I'm on this web site.
    I STARTED WITH NOTHING, AND I STILL HAVE MOST OF IT!

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    But back to seriousness; couldn't someone have used a swage and at least a 5 gal bucket and bent that stuff?
    Here we go!
    "Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great." -- Mark Twain

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    I was called out to an old church on an a/c unit several years ago they said hit jus need a little juice. head pressure 350 suction 20 condenser clean went inside to check txv and there was none liquid line frosty. crawled under church to find 60 feet of liquid line pinched about every 6 inches to act as a cap tube. one of the members had bought the unit at a yard sale and installed it him self. I gave them a new a coil I had laying around and just charged then for new copper and gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacservicetek View Post
    No! The lineset still looks like crap.

    I has a torch and I's can solder, too.
    Discipline your child so that other parents don't have to.

    We're awl pawthetic and kweepy and can't get giwrls. That's why we fight wobots.

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    Man, that looks like a Six Pack Pat install. Some one take a minute too teach some piping edicate to this guy.

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    Thats clean. Off topic but clean. Pride makes every thing go smooth.
    This is my ORV that I costom built from stock. No short cuts there, just alot of homework.
    Learn how to work, kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reepersteve View Post
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    Thats clean. Off topic but clean. Pride makes every thing go smooth.
    This is my ORV that I costom built from stock. No short cuts there, just alot of homework.
    Learn how to work, kid.
    TOOT!!! TOOOT!! your horn. Way to work your money pit into a post.
    I STARTED WITH NOTHING, AND I STILL HAVE MOST OF IT!

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    Thumbs up mystery trap?

    We install these all the time there called progessive reducing rigt angle zee traps they reduce compressor failures by stoping all the gravel in the lines from feeding them under the house with open ends . It's easier than taping them up you know.

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    casturbo: we are detail oriented individuals. Haven't you figured that out yet?

    seatonheating: working with the tennies will give you half a set of toes to go with the half brain.

    all the best, Irish
    Everyone has a purpose in life..........even if it's to be a bad example.

    Seek first to understand, before seeking to be understood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacservicetek View Post
    I would like to see what the vapor line looks like without insulation.

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