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Old 11-06-2015, 07:24 AM   #15
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Call it whatever you want - you all know what you are talking about. Just please don't run your rattlin' diesel for a half hour or so at O Dark Thirty while you while you are having a coffee, dumping/pulling in your hoses and electric line
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Old 11-06-2015, 09:13 PM   #16
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Why does it matter if someone uses "inflate" or the term "air up". Life is too short to worry about such things that have no impact on what is important.
Some people like to talk about language, OK?

By the way, did you use the word "impact" because you haven't mastered the affect-effect thing?
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I would like to "Air Up" my air bags....

I have to replace the line on my air bags...HOW do you get the old line out of the elbow on top without wrecking it? I thought of using heat but will that destroy the elbow? Thanks Walt
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I have to replace the line on my air bags...HOW do you get the old line out of the elbow on top without wrecking it? I thought of using heat but will that destroy the elbow? Thanks Walt

Most of those fittings use a compression locking collar. If you push the locking collar down toward the fitting and pull up on the air line at the same time, it should release. It's like the Sharkbite plumbing fittings.


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DONE! I will be "Air UP"

I just figured it out...push in on the brass and pull the line out....I know one thing,that line ain't coming out by pulling on the line without pushing in on the brass....I will be "Airing Up" now. Thanks
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Some people like to talk about language, OK?

By the way, did you use the word "impact" because you haven't mastered the affect-effect thing?
What's an affect-effect THING? And how do you master it?
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Some people like to talk about language, OK?

By the way, did you use the word "impact" because you haven't mastered the affect-effect thing?

WOW....
I must have touched a nerve! Sorry if I offended anyone, it was not my intention.
And yes I mastered the affect-effect thing as you call it... Don't know when exactly. Probably about second grade.

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grammar police ! who needs them?
i for one don't come here for a english lesson.
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I must have touched a nerve! Sorry if I offended anyone, it was not my intention.
And yes I mastered the affect-effect thing as you call it... Don't know when exactly. Probably about second grade.

Have a great day, Brian.


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I must have touched a nerve! Sorry if I offended anyone, it was not my intention.
And yes I mastered the affect-effect thing as you call it... Don't know when exactly. Probably about second grade.

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Well then Brian, could you affectevely explain it to me???

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