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Old 04-11-2014, 07:13 PM
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At the risk of being obvious, have you considered a 7 lb cap, maybe?
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At the risk of being obvious, have you considered a 7 lb cap, maybe?
I responded to this and pecked it all out on my phone. I refuse to do it all again....lol. Simply put, look back a couple pages where we discussed pressure increase. The system was designed for 4# for a reason. Thanks though!
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