I think you guys are thinking of the older single redundancy system.
Double redundancy offers a better degree of control under fault conditions.
Double redundancy also offers the chance that a line burst won't send you to the ground as quick.
This is Hydraulics we are talking about here, low pressure one end, high pressure the other mean anything?.
[This message has been edited by Trumpy (edited 03-12-2006).]
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