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chrisp, when you do it. you will understand. but basically, in a perfect non corrosive world, you would hold the rubber line steady, and turn the fitting that is designed to spin on the hardline. so when everything freezes tight. you cut the softrubber line ( the chances of both ends of the rubber line seizing is slim IMHO, so if one side is seized, try to disconnect the other end first) so you can spin the rubber line while the hard line is allowed to hold steady. i would still put a flare nut wrench on the hardline to make damn sure it doesnt spin.

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Old 03-15-2004, 11:13 AM
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