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#2: 11-15-2012, 03:27 PM
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Good of you to do this with nice pictures. Thanks and welcome aboard. Also, I would say that changing the washer is a requirement. If you look at the old crush washer, its been visibly crushed from the tightening pressure. Good idea to replace it every single time, or else get a copper reuseable one and anneal it.