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Thread: Protank stuck to Provari

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    Protank stuck to Provari

    Hey guys.

    I can't seem to get my Protank off the Provari, seems like it's threaded on too tight. I've tried putting it over steam, etc, yet it won't budge. Any ideas?

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    a smidge of wd40?

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    Decent idea, I'll try it

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    pliers ..

    i don't do mine up to tight as it stuffs the airflow, no idea how you could get it on that tight unless it was dropped and has stuffed the thread on the tank, I doubt it would hurt the provari threads to much.
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    when I got my sid, I couldn't get it undone. tiny bit of wd40 left to sit for a while and no probs.

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    Stick it in the freezer for a bit
    arth_d likes this.

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    Multigrip pliers and tape to not scratch anything
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    Quick pm me for my address and ship it to me asap. I'll take care of it for you. lol
    Jeff

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    Use a towel and twist hard, worst case you'll break your tank.
    Jeff

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    What the other one Avf'ers use, rubber washing up gloves i think (srsly)

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