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Old 03-09-2007, 11:12 PM
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Can you guys post pictures of how you set up the plumbing for oil collection. i have a 195 gallon tank with one bung and a water/trash pump 2" how do you guys keep ypur trucks clean? i want to set up basically a closed system were the oil flows in/out of the same hose so i can keep things clean....
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BOOST CON/ MAG PAN TRANNY / BILLET TORQ CONV
DP 40T 80E 120R / WARN HUBS / POWERSLOTS HAWKS
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Old 03-12-2007, 09:56 PM
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I use a super sucker.. Like a giant wet-dry vac on steroids.

Pull down 20" of vacuum and open a valve. You can suck peanut butter.. just pressurize the tank to reverse flow.

Gotta have a pressure tank to do this.
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Flash what kind of means to equipment do you have? Small generator, stuff like that.
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I got a huge tank and a 5 hp 2" trash pump....
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A-PIL GUAGES / DAHL 150
6637 INTAKE / GARRETT GT38R BB
GIBSON 4" EXT / SYNTHETIC DRIVETRAIN
BOOST CON/ MAG PAN TRANNY / BILLET TORQ CONV
DP 40T 80E 120R / WARN HUBS / POWERSLOTS HAWKS
AIH REPLACEMENT, DUAL PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
110 GAL BIO TANK/

02 BIOTDI GOLF

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My totes have a forklift metal pallet under them. I just use a hose and fill from the top. Get home and unload with a forklift. Any plumbing you can think of will work.
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I pretty much have the same set up except I use 55gal plastic drums to pump into.( easier to take in and out of the truck by myself) I use a 2" gas pump bushed down to 1" (easier to handle the hose) I use have a threaded on both ends 2 1/2' section of steel pipe on both suction and return ends (to hold the hose in the barrels while pumping) with a cap to thread on when done pumping (to keep any oil in the hose from dripping out when done) And I carry plenty of old towels to wipe off the oil on the hose's. I try to be as neat as possible but you almost always have some drips of oil on the tailgate and in the bed around the tank.

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Old carpet dresses up the back and is easy to throw away later. Hmm? Mine is blue
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