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Homemade Leakdown Tester


Leakdown Tester
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quadster on 3wheelerworld.com
DESCRIPTION:
Homemade leakdown tester constructed from a bicycle pump, plexiglass, PVC fittings, tire valve, pressure gauge, Teflon, and a gasket.
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Nov 10, 2014 12:33 AM
DIYer
Never thought to use a bicycle pump to build up pressure for a leakdown tester. Thinking about it, it would indeed work.
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DIY Leakdown Tester - comment on how to build a Leakdown Tester - 1 comments
DIYer says:
Nov 10, 2014 12:33 AM
Never thought to use a bicycle pump to build up pressure for a leakdown tester. Thinking about it, it would indeed work.

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