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Thinking of getting rid of rez

Poll Results: who has a rez ot 'T' line?

 
  • 66% (2)
    Rez
  • 33% (1)
    'T' line
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post #1 of 4
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I'm thinking of going 'T' line because it will free up a bay. When I put my loop together , I forgot a drain line, So I'm redoing it anyway. Side note, Is too much dye cause higher temps? I don't have a window side so, Distiled water and PT nuke fine?
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A t-line isn't bad if you need to free up a bay, they just bleed a little slower then a res...I guess dye could hurt your temp's if you put a lot in it...

I still like to use a little anti-freeze to raise the ph back up on the distilled water, makes it more anti-corrosive....Pentosin....Just mix it 10 or 11 -1 with distilled and a couple of drops of PT Nuke...Some guys run just distilled and a anti-corrosive like PT Nuke...


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Originally Posted by ira-k View Post
A t-line isn't bad if you need to free up a bay, they just bleed a little slower then a res...I guess dye could hurt your temp's if you put a lot in it...

I still like to use a little anti-freeze to raise the ph back up on the distilled water, makes it more anti-corrosive....Pentosin....Just mix it 10 or 11 -1 with distilled and a couple of drops of PT Nuke...Some guys run just distilled and a anti-corrosive like PT Nuke...


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Psst, you're getting a bit forgetful ira...PT Nuke is a biocide
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