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Old 03-14-2008, 02:23 PM
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[sm=jawdrop.gif] WOW I guess I've been Nuked... thats some reaction from you great Mustang guys. I help a lot of people on here and I don't care if they do a search. They ask, I help if i can. Most times a search is just a waste of time anyway. I know a lot of guys will post in a thread they complain about and act like the king of the forum and tell others what to do. Just stay away if you've seen that question asked before... seems like a logical thing to do.

And by the way, thanks for your kind help.
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Old 03-14-2008, 02:44 PM
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Sorry Wingman, but it seemed you coped an attitude. I think I speak for most when I say that I don't mind helping someone especially if they tried a search and still had trouble finding the info or still had questions.

Regarding the pressurized tube method, I've heard that you can take some pvc pipe, install a tire valve and seal it well enough that it'll maintain pressure equivalent to a tire's pressure. With the sensor's inside, problem solved. I've never done it but I have a friend that claims he used to make a pressurized tube out of PVC for storing tennis ***** and that he could remove the lid when needed. Guess I should ask him for his plans...

And again, no hard feelings. I know you've been there for others in need, Wingman (can you feel the love? LOL!).
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Old 03-14-2008, 03:17 PM
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Put forth some effort and some effort will be put forth for you.
Its a win, win situation. Help yourself and others will help you.

Allow that PVC glue to dry for 24 hours before pressurizing the tube.
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Old 03-14-2008, 03:29 PM
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ORIGINAL: Nuke

Sorry Wingman, but it seemed you coped an attitude. I think I speak for most when I say that I don't mind helping someone especially if they tried a search and still had trouble finding the info or still had questions.

Regarding the pressurized tube method, I've heard that you can take some pvc pipe, install a tire valve and seal it well enough that it'll maintain pressure equivalent to a tire's pressure. With the sensor's inside, problem solved. I've never done it but I have a friend that claims he used to make a pressurized tube out of PVC for storing tennis ***** and that he could remove the lid when needed. Guess I should ask him for his plans...

And again, no hard feelings. I know you've been there for others in need, Wingman (can you feel the love? LOL!).
No hard feelings. Thanks for coming back with a positive response. I was bracing myself for the shrapnel. I appreciate that and thanks for the tip. I can picture it from your description.
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