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10-27-2016 04:15 PM
Big4x4Rides
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Originally Posted by 77k5 View Post
You could always ask PSC to be sure, but I believe the "X" suffix indicates an AN outlet (rather than OE type o-ring or flare fitting).
Yep, you are correct, contacted them this afternoon to verify
10-27-2016 09:21 AM
77k5 You could always ask PSC to be sure, but I believe the "X" suffix indicates an AN outlet (rather than OE type o-ring or flare fitting).
10-26-2016 06:43 PM
Big4x4Rides
PSC Pump differences

Does anyone know off hand what exactly is the difference on the X versions of their pumps? I need a 1210, which is not on their site actually, but also see a 1210X out there, as well as others such as 1405/1405X. Trying to figure out what the X relates to.

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