Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Shillington, Pa
Since I don't have any kind of tubes that the hose mounts to on my spindle it does keep the hose from flexing when turning. I will try to post some pics of my set up.
If you have a problem at the track with the hose seperating then you might want to consider taking the ducts off of the spindle and zip tie the end to the srtut as close to the center of the rotor as you can get. Another tip, when I mounted the hose on the strut I poked 2 small holes about 3 inches apart on one side to loop the zip tie through.
You also might want to consider losing the dust shields you may trap alot of heat against the inside face of the rotor between track sessions.
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Last edited by By-Tor; 04-12-2009 at 08:03 AM.