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Thread: Spare o-rings for Smok RDA

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    Spare o-rings for Smok RDA (and other RBAs)

    Head's becoming a bit loose and coming off in my pocket.

    Came across these in the local Reject Shop ( I'm sure there's an equivalent in every other State).

    Haven't opened it yet to actually check if the right size is there as I don't want them all over the place, so I'll hit them up tonight.

    Dunno what I'll do with the rest, perhaps an o-ring fight with the kids?

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    Last edited by limbot; 29-04-13 at 02:57 PM.

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    And they are so bloody expensive too

    $2
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtadmin View Post
    And they are so bloody expensive too

    $2

    $2.00?,,,,tell em their dreamin,,,,
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    Woohooo the 9.5 X 12.7 mm is perfect

    Draw is tighter, the top doesn't fall off and there's 5 more of them ( I only replaced one, not both)

    Sure there'll be replacements for my RSST when I need it too.

    $2 well spent !
    Last edited by limbot; 29-04-13 at 10:30 PM.
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    That's cool ... in a fit of madness, I bought 3x packs
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    Surely 186 O-rings will come in useful.......one day.......maybe

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/62-x-RUBB...ht_2586wt_1271

    $5.95. Tell HIM he's dreamin..............
    Last edited by limbot; 29-04-13 at 10:35 PM.
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    Another vote for these. Grabbed a pack today and the first one I grabbed out of the pack was perfect for the bottom of the DID clone tank. No more leaky tank.
    Pipes, tubes, boxes, atomisers.

    ECHO ALPHA DELTA CHARLIE

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    Quote Originally Posted by 308hjute View Post
    Another vote for these. Grabbed a pack today and the first one I grabbed out of the pack was perfect for the bottom of the DID clone tank. No more leaky tank.
    I used an o-ring of one of the shitty black delrin driptips that I saw suggested here somewhere

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    The one I needed was the outer one.
    Pipes, tubes, boxes, atomisers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 308hjute View Post
    The one I needed was the outer one.
    That's the one. Where the cap meets the knurling.

 

 

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