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  1. #53
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    This is pretty much the setup I use.
    http://www.yellowjacket.com/HVACRPro...&l=2&c=17&p=58

    Has anyone had their YJ core removal tool leak yet? Mine actually just broke too. The female part that screws on the port popped off

    -Mark

  2. #54
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    I ve the YJ (x2) and the C&D (x2) the C&D are better then the YJ I, have to rebuild the YJ more often.
    If you help others then you are a Success

  3. #55
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    looking at the specs what makes this gauge so much better then the other??

    I have a CPS nothing special i think its a vg2000 or something. anyway its accuracy is +/- 10%. (as is the supco)

    this thread could have come at a better time. my buddy and me put his new supco and my guage on just the vacuum pump and other times on the gauges.

    they were consistently about 30-100 microns off when still pulling a vacuum but when allowed to stand it was a couple hundred off. his was always higher!

    mine would hold around 300-500 standing and his would be 750 to 1100.

    so even if i assumed his was off 10% to the low side and mine was off 10% to the high side they still were 100 microns or so off from each other when i think they sould be closer to a middle figure..

    anyway this looks to be the same accuracy just looking to see why this is better?

  4. #56
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    It seems like my supco vg64 is not very consistant, i can put it on the same set of gauges, pull a vacum twice for the same amount of time and i will get two totally diff readings, i mean its supposed to be consistant right? Its really got me thinkin of buyin another one, something that is a little better.
    I dont install leaks, i just fix em

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  5. #57
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    klienman was the buddy i was talking about....

    hes more paranoid about these things then i am lol haha

  6. #58
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    Well after a little research i found one from inficon that doesnt look too shabby.......

    http://www.hvacr-tools.com/mm5/merch...e=VACUUMGAUGES
    I dont install leaks, i just fix em

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