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Re: (midwest dubin)

Thats so ****ty bro.
Your bags proly popped cus ur using 90 degree fittings... U need to keep that fitting from coming close to the rubber...
You need to use straight male fittings, and do 1/4" line to the rear. The NPT threaded size is should be 1/8. So get 2 1/8NPT-1/4" OD male connectors from suicide..
 

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1/2" change that son... its jsut harder to bend and run, and it flows too fast... It'll be less hassle... If anything do 3/8s. But play w/ some 1/4" and u'll like it more. I guarantee it
 

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what about the manifolds? i could prolly get a 1/4" to 1/2" elbow right?

easystreet manifolds are 3/8s, not 1/2". so then u get 2 1/4"OD to 3/8sNPT male elbows
 

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haha. trust me, it'll work better.
As for taking the bags out, its the bottom piece right? try putting a screw driver in between the beam and the bottom of the bracket.
 

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you can keep the lines outside the car...
yeah those big ass fittings and 1/2" lines are a hassle..
 

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Just put one side on jackstands, run it. Then do the other wise. Or put all 4 corners in jack stands. I don't use a lift.
 

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I guess. But would that be worth doing? I feel like that would be a better route to go, running them through the interior

i think its gonna be more of a hassle, i've ran many lines and wires, and interior is a pain... and thats wires which are way more flexible than airline...
 
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