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Yeah, do that. Since the dawn of time I've heard people say a res after a pump is the end of the world on every fourm I've read. I know what they are basing it on, but like I've said, there may be some wiggle room. I'd like to see how much their is. Best of luck there.
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Yeah, do that. Since the dawn of time I've heard people say a res after a pump is the end of the world on every fourm I've read. I know what they are basing it on, but like I've said, there may be some wiggle room. I'd like to see how much their is. Best of luck there.

Thx, Ill quote you after the try smile.gif
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