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    Amen. My own personal friends wouldn't do as much for me as some of the members here, especially TGS. This is quite the community.
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    Yeah yeah, we rock, group hug, all that crap, not get back to MODDING!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueonblack View Post
    Yeah yeah, we rock, group hug, all that crap, not get back to MODDING!
    I got parts in the mail calm down.. now if I could just source a rosewill case locally...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowman View Post
    Much better results than I ever expected to see from 1/4" tubing and lets face it a budget universal kit (compared to what a dd loop was looking to cost me.)
    hey my Tt setup was all 1/4" and it worked great for a few years. I just got tired of the hassle and refilling, disconnecting/reconnecting hoses when changing cases or components, so I said f-it

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    Quote Originally Posted by slaveofconvention View Post
    I'd like to thank the community for sucking up what little spare time I have nowadays :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by SXRguyinMA View Post
    hey my Tt setup was all 1/4" and it worked great for a few years. I just got tired of the hassle and refilling, disconnecting/reconnecting hoses when changing cases or components, so I said f-it
    I am getting ready to do that now and trying to figure out the best way to drain then re-use what I drain.. really wish i would have thought ahead and built in some time of t fitting valve with a drain port.
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    The tubing on that kit is thin enough to pinch. So pull the pump out of the case, have a friend pinch the return line and at the same time put one of the rubber caps over the pump barb when you pull the tube. Place the now free tube into the bottle that came with the kit. Hold the pump in the air and open the fill cap. This will let the fluid drain into the bottle. Thats how I did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneslowz28 View Post
    The tubing on that kit is thin enough to pinch. So pull the pump out of the case, have a friend pinch the return line and at the same time put one of the rubber caps over the pump barb when you pull the tube. Place the now free tube into the bottle that came with the kit. Hold the pump in the air and open the fill cap. This will let the fluid drain into the bottle. Thats how I did it.
    Yeah i was picturing in my head the same type of clamp they use in the medical industry for IV's
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