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    RXPX 260 Water Plumbing Question

    At the risk of getting laughed out of here, I wanted to see if anyone has ever tried material like this on the PX?

    Would look good for sure, and be strong BUT I can't begin to think of how I'd be able to connect each end correctly (adapter???). May not even work but I thought I'd ask to see. You guys have surprised me in the past on many occasions.

    Would be the fastest shitter I've ever been on for sure.






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    What are you wanting to use it for? They do sell NPT to compression fittings but if your thinking of gas line I would verify the internal hose is compatible for fuel use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlgarner View Post
    What are you wanting to use it for? They do sell NPT to compression fittings but if your thinking of gas line I would verify the internal hose is compatible for fuel use.

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    Just wanted to run all of my water with it if possible, no fuel, unless that's a viable option too.

    I'm assuming that if I tried this, I'd have to change all the fittings attached to water box, ic, etc...

    Just didn't know what to get to make it all work (other than the steel braided hose in pics).


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    Lol those are water lines, for sure don't run fuel through them, it will eat the rubber.

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    The cooling lines are either 1/2" or 3/4" ID I'd be worried you'd overheat something with anything less

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    You can get braided hose also if you wanted to try

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    Not worth it, stock hoses are plenty adequate. I'm not a big fan of braided steal hoses as they need to be secured away from anything they could possibly rub on including each other.

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