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Old October 25, 2008, 12:24 PM
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That's my old 120 I sold you, and it never leaked. The only reason why it would is that you are using 90* elbows, and those may not be torqued enough to prevent any leaks - since you need them pointing down.

A second o-ring as suggested by Synth would work.

John

I dont mean to imply its spraying all over..... when I installed the rad, the fittingsd almost bottomed out and I remeber thinking you must have had them pretty tight at one point. No big deal..... but Im trying to find excuses to get a bigger rad LOL....... I'll dig up a oring from work and make it work for now. I already put out the "vide" of a new rad with the old lady.... we'll see!!!


thanks guys....
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Old October 25, 2008, 01:13 PM
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It's probably the 90* elbows which are not made for such use, and a small seep occurs. I never overtighten my barbs, especially when o-rings are used - no need to.
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