Hydraolic line failure at a bad time...
bob.rossato_af at cox.net
Mon Aug 14 23:22:04 EDT 2006
I'd be careful with that. Your plug loads will be a lot higher than the
axial force at the surface where the leak is. If you go this route I
would use barbed fittings that are long enough to double clamp them on
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> To: John Cody Forbes; Grant Lenahan; Tigran Varosyan
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> Subject: Re: Hydraolic line failure at a bad time...
> or, as they are toast anyway, just put a blade through
> them and join with a bit of pipe
> --- John Cody Forbes <cody at 5000tq.com> wrote:
> > Theres no chance that you could be lucky enough to
> > find a way to take both
> > lines off the rack and recirculate them through the
> > resovoiur is there? I
> > mean really you could just take the lid off, put the
> > lines in and duct tape
> > them in so they stay put. Shouldn't leak with no
> > pressure, and the pump will
> > live on since it has fluid going through it.
> > You may even be lucky enough to find propper
> > fittings to just bolt both
> > lines together to do the same effect.
> > -Cody Forbes
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