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Uncle Ron got a Vendor, and MrGrn why you got ruin the party :lol :corn :lol
 

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didn't want to hear that :2bitchsla

which are you using on your Hondas? front or rear?

rears only.

the sweating was no boggy for me but for some they biatched about it

there is a guy on the 51 site who got some clear rear tubing that does not sweat at all and he does them kits for like $5 for members and i am happy to get you some if you desire.

Oh, on the HRC tubing drill a small hole in the cap going down to let it breath

if there is anything else i can do let me know
 

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rears only.

the sweating was no boggy for me but for some they biatched about it

there is a guy on the 51 site who got some clear rear tubing that does not sweat at all and he does them kits for like $5 for members and i am happy to get you some if you desire.

Oh, on the HRC tubing drill a small hole in the cap going down to let it breath

if there is anything else i can do let me know
:hellobye :hellobye

My Yoyodyne stuff hasnt sweated but time for an update...:sneaky
 

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i had been selling those HRC kits for three years and was getting them weekly from a great source and was just looking to pass useful info not spoil anything and i am sure Ron knew that
I didnt :hellobye :hellobye

Do we go to PM?
 

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Oh, on the HRC tubing drill a small hole in the cap going down to let it breath
why the hell do you need to drill a hole to let brake fluid 'breathe'?.... no other brake application i know of does that?
 

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so it does not trap moisture and sweat more.
the heat from the exhaust and such makes the fluid expand and alo suck up moisture, not good

i have seen it from others so bad it dripped on their tires, sound fun huh?
 

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so it does not trap moisture and sweat more.
the heat from the exhaust and such makes the fluid expand and alo suck up moisture, not good

i have seen it from others so bad it dripped on their tires, sound fun huh?
having a 'hole' in it also would let IN moist outside air. brake fluid is hygroscopic no matter what you do. me i ain't drilling no holes in my brake fluid retainers anywhere. and anyway, my lines sweat more when sitting in cold air.
 

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Uncle Ron got a Vendor, and MrGrn why you got ruin the party :lol :corn :lol

the link to the vendor is in Firehawks restore thread on either here or the other forum, sorry don't have the link on my new Mac :dundun:

my clear Yoyo tubing still doestn't sweat, but its starting to get harder & slightly chalked from the sun :crash
 
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