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Old 13 November 2015, 08:58   #11
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So no glue and solvents needed if replacing the entire tubeset?

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Old 13 November 2015, 10:43   #12
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Originally Posted by weebs74 View Post
So no glue and solvents needed if replacing the entire tubeset?

None! The Medline III has a slide-on tubeset like this one...but the "slide part" that slides in to the track is glued to the tubeset. With PVC, after about 8-16 years of use, or sometimes shorter in VERY hot conditions, it will come unglued. With Hypalon, it just stays glued...very remote possibility of ungluing.

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