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How to put hose clips on you D-Tek Fusion

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When it comes to the D-Tek allot of people have said they cant get the hose and hose clips on.

When i was doing mine i found this way works quite well.

I did not have a D-Tek to hand to make the guide so i have improvised, the technique is the same

1) Put the center hose and clip on first and tighten up.
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2) Put the hose on the outlet
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3)Get a hose clip and unwind it fully. Then carefully (as to not deform it) bend it open enough to push it thought the gap between the other hose clip and pipe.
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4) Once through push it back together and tighten it up.
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Its that easy :)

Next time i take my rig apart ill redo the photo's with the D-Tek

Or if someone does this please take photos and PM me the url's so i can update =D>

Hope this helps someone.

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Problem is when someone tries to be perfect and puts clips nicely next to each other :) If you're not perfectionist you can always put one clip almost at the end of you hose [next to the block] and second just above it. Small offset won't ruin the look tho 8)

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Yeah, not to sure what all the fuss is about,

Never had any major issues either.

I have found that i prefer to use

11-16mm jubillee clips instead though.... Neater i think and havent got all that spare bit hanging out.

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Yeah, not to sure what all the fuss is about,

Never had any major issues either.

I have found that i prefer to use

11-16mm jubillee clips instead though.... Neater i think and havent got all that spare bit hanging out.


cut the extra bits of [-(

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Some people just like making work for themselves eh??? :D .

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I'm trying to fit hose clip my D-Tek at the moment, can't seem to be able to :(
the hose clip isn't fully unwinding to let me pull it apart so I can slip it on.

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Hey mate, sorry i been away for my bday :oops:

Still having trouble? Ill check you project log in a sec and comment there :)

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I ended up using these barbs:

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skorchio its been almost a week but you haven't posted on my project log as you said you would.

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Yeh sorry not been on the site much.. Have a few issues in realy life thats been taking up alot of my time. :cry:




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