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Old 05-31-2013, 02:57 PM
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I finally just took it all apart again and removed all the thread tape, applied rectorseal 5 thread sealant, reassembled, and no leaks so far. After fighting this, I don't know that I want to use tape anymore. The thread sealant seems to work much better.



I've redone it 4 times now lol. Couplers galore...
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