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Old 12-01-2013, 10:29 PM   #1
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After several months of gathering parts and building, the new system is up and running. Just need to add a cooling fan to the box.

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I cannot say that I like the idea of having your pump input and output liquid lines running the length of the inside of your box. Besides adding heat, one leak will create a safety hazard and likely destroy the components.

If you really want to include a pump in the toolbox, I strongly suggest you mount it through the outside wall such that the motor is inside and the wet end is outside.
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I cannot say that I like the idea of having your pump input and output liquid lines running the length of the inside of your box. Besides adding heat, one leak will create a safety hazard and likely destroy the components.

If you really want to include a pump in the toolbox, I strongly suggest you mount it through the outside wall such that the motor is inside and the wet end is outside.
+1 on not having the pump in the tool box.
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