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Old 03-13-2016, 10:46 AM   #41
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After a visit to Harbor Fright, I am set for repairs on Monday
Some people bitch about harbor freight stuff, but I think 90% of them buy things that they expect to use on a more professional basis. Their hand tools have a lifetime warranty just like craftsman or mac or snap on. Hell, I chipped out a 1600 square foot tile floor with a Chicago brand electric rotary hammer. As far as the precision stuff for electronics goes, Ill stick to the big names.

Glad to see you were able to narrow it down. I was worried you had a bad sleeve or ring issue.

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Glad to see you were able to narrow it down. I was worried you had a bad sleeve or ring issue.

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still have not poured the dye, but I am hoping it is simply an air compressor gasket

found out tomorrow
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Old 03-13-2016, 09:10 PM   #43
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Harbor fright has stores all over the country, I remember some of the first ones.
It has been an item on my bucket list to visit as many as I can..what a dummie I are.
But so far I have hit 42 stores..if I need anything I look there first..
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Old 03-14-2016, 02:01 PM   #44
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I thought I would be smart, use my head, and gradually pour the 3 bottles of dye into a running engine to evenly distribute it.......this is what you look like when trying to pour dye into a running engine - half the bottle goes onto your face and the top of the engine





this is what it looks like when you shine UV light on your Indian-spot





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Just tell people you got that at a rave.
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Well... the question is did you get enough into the system?
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Robin97396 Well... the question is did you get enough into the system?
The dye I used is NOT fluorescent, even in its pure form, it does not react to UV light - I will be seeking a refund of my $42 tomorrow
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