re: homebuilt leakdown tester

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Old 06-04-04, 02:53 PM
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re: homebuilt leakdown tester

Hello:

I have a Snap-On leakdown tester but recall seeing previous posts in here a few months back asking how to build one.

I ran across a good link today--one page with pictures and part numbers (while searching for parts for one of my motorcycles) on building one from parts readily available in almost any town, and will post it if the moderators approve.

Let me know.

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Snowman53
 
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Old 06-04-04, 11:53 PM
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Sure Snowman53! As long as...it is not a site that serves as a sales pitch for the site owner. Sounds like good info though.
 
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Old 06-05-04, 07:31 PM
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re: leakdown tester

Hi Cheese:

It's not even a site per se, just a helpful hint and one page someone posted on a Yamaha 650-specific site.

NO popups, NO advertising and NO spam.

I knew it would be OK as I feel my attitude towards spam or links is well known here. I hate it and that's why I cleared it with mods.

I'll post the link as a new thread as there may be questions and comments on this.

Hope all are well. I'm beat but made a good buck today doing some powerwashing


Kindest Regards,

Snowman53
 
 

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