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slipperysam, As far as they currently reach could answer the question. :laughing: Or ... You can use 1/4 to 1/4 couple fittings and add additional tubing length up to 10 feet as you would desire. Why just 10 feet or so? The longer you make the tubing, the more the pump pressure in the system has losses. :sigh!: Just make sure of two things: 1. The tubing you use should be compatible with the coolant mixture. The HC uses polyurethane tubing vs. any silicon base tubing that can degrade over a period of time. ClearFlex60 or Tygon should work too. The ClearFlex60 is a PVC blend. It's not as stiff, so watch for any kinking on bends less than 2-1/2 inches in diameter. 2. The coolant mixture is still 33% propylene glycol to 2/3 distill water to make up the difference of the added length. :): This was a good question. Thanks for asking. Stev
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[quote name='stev']slipperysam, Just make sure of two things: 1. The tubing you use should be compatible with the coolant mixture. The HC uses polyurethane tubing vs. any silicon base tubing that can degrade over a period of time. ClearFlex60 or Tygon should work too. The ClearFlex60 is a PVC blend. It's not as stiff, so watch for any kinking on bends less than 2-1/2 inches in diameter. 2. The coolant mixture is still 33% propylene glycol to 2/3 distill water to make up the difference of the added length. :): This was a good question. Thanks for asking. Stev[/QUOTE] the thrid thing any pets in the house they love chewing on mine hoses i had to put tin foil over them
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