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Old 12-17-2005, 05:44 PM
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Just added a Vormax Remote mount gauge kit

The part number is VFG80R and is available from any Parker distributor. It is very nice to be able to see the vacuum gauge while driving. Before I could only check while stopped and at idle.

The first thing I saw was that at idle the gauge was in the green. Then I jumped on it and the RPM's reach up around 3,000, the gauge went way into the red. Changed the filter and it stayed solid in the green at any RPM range. Up until now I would have had no idea since I was only ever seeing it at idle.


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Awesome....thanks.

I've never run WVO, but I've had a Vormax in front of the pump for several years.

Are you a Parker distributer? And if not, know where I might find one?
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Old 12-18-2005, 11:59 AM
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Once you go WVO you never go back.

No not a parker distributor. But any parker distributor can order that part #. www. parker.com for nearest distributor.

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