so much for the replacement hose

Pete Kunzler pck at
Sat May 18 14:11:52 EDT 2002

I fixed one over 2 years ago and have has zero problems with it. Find a
good hose builder nad you should not have a problem.

-----Original Message-----
From: 200q20v-admin at [mailto:200q20v-admin at] On
Behalf Of Kneale Brownson
Sent: Saturday, May 18, 2002 5:19 AM
To: Brett Dikeman; 200q20v at
Subject: Re: so much for the replacement hose

At 12:08 AM 05/18/2002 -0400, Brett Dikeman wrote:

>...because it's leaking.
>I'm madder than hell about it...two trips to Worcester, 2-3 days
>without the car, and looks like I get to repeat the fun all over
> in 7 hours I need to get on the road for a 2 hour drive
>for the local region board meeting.
>So much for the "2800psi rating" the guy bragged about.  "Oh, that's
>way strong enough, we used some real tough stuff."
>Thanks to the foam tube covering the whole thing, I can't tell where
>the leak is..maybe it's around a fitting, but I have no tools designed
>for opening up those kind of fittings and such.  Just wonderful.

Always seems to happen on the weekend, doesn't it.

Considering how often "local" rebuilds of these hoses fail and how
difficult it is to install them, my approach would be OEM.

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