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 on: Today at 06:16:00 AM 
Started by braveblaster - Last post by MD20/20
Got mine from RSI

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 on: November 15, 2018, 08:22:32 PM 
Started by Dillon1630 - Last post by RSI
With that much height you might need put a plate heat exchanger in and pressurize the lines to the attic.

Couldntry without first and see how well it works. I would probably set it up as a secondary Loop though so when it airlocks you don't lose flow to your entire system.

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 on: November 15, 2018, 08:18:12 PM 
Started by braveblaster - Last post by RSI
What size are you looking for and where are you located?

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 on: November 15, 2018, 07:10:55 PM 
Started by terpjr - Last post by BIG AL
Nothing like that here in the commy state of MA. The only thing you can find at the pump out here is VP at a couple places. I went to get some for a pulling tractor we were taking to the fair this summer $12.99/ gal. Guess I haven't bought any in a while I think it was around $6 last time I went up there.

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 on: November 15, 2018, 05:30:28 PM 
Started by CountryBoyJohn - Last post by smithbr
Use an extension ladder to support the tube.  Tie it down the centerline of the trailer.  Overhang the tongue as much as you can.  Extend the ladder as far as you need to support the tube.  Tie the extension, so it doesn't slip.  Tie or tape the tube to the ladder.  Flag the end of the ladder.  Follow the rules for long loads in your jurisdiction; here, what I've described is legal "within reason", though I might not take it out for a jaunt on an expressway...
Blair

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 on: November 15, 2018, 04:53:19 PM 
Started by CountryBoyJohn - Last post by mlappin
Problem with the 20' sticks is that unless you have a 20' trailer, you have the bend them.
I am now using them and they are much easier to deal with than the coiled pipe but my trailer is only 12' long so I have them wrap around the front. Still a U shaped section of pex is easier to use than a coil.

Unload it as soon as you get to the job and they actually straighten out some. I only load it as well right before I leave for a job

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 on: November 15, 2018, 11:41:25 AM 
Started by braveblaster - Last post by braveblaster
http://www.freeheat4u.com/REHAU-Insulated-Pex-Pipe_c_22.html

Thanks.

They don't have the size I need.

Anyone else?

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 on: November 15, 2018, 11:18:05 AM 
Started by CountryBoyJohn - Last post by CountryBoyJohn
I've found that stretching it out, putting weights on each end, and letting the hot summer sun bake it for an afternoon works well. But, if you're doing this in the cold, this process will be much less effective.  ;D

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 on: November 15, 2018, 11:13:31 AM 
Started by braveblaster - Last post by juddspaintballs
http://www.freeheat4u.com/REHAU-Insulated-Pex-Pipe_c_22.html

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 on: November 15, 2018, 11:09:55 AM 
Started by Roger2561 - Last post by Roger2561
Thanks for the stepper motor pictures.  It got me thinking about trying something similar on my E-Classic 2400.  It looks like an air bleed hole in one of the caps ??

I wonder if CB sells a conversion kit from the solenoids to stepper motors?  I could never figure out why they drilled that hole in that one.  I had at one time considered placing a piece of tape over it to see what would happen.  But, the thing is running great so I'm a bit reluctant to do it now. 

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