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    Replacement 0 rings Phenotype L

    As the title suggests i'm after replacement O rings for the phenotype L by ARIA

    I read the manufacturer had sent out new replacement rings for customers.....How they'd find each customer id have nfi.

    If you have a spare set or know how i'd go about getting them please post below.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhufish View Post
    As the title suggests i'm after replacement O rings for the phenotype L by ARIA

    I read the manufacturer had sent out new replacement rings for customers.....How they'd find each customer id have nfi.

    If you have a spare set or know how i'd go about getting them please post below.



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    Send them an email?

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    I sent ARIA an email after my post but cheers addapt. The 0 rings are a joke....As you push down the top cap a small loop of O ring forms on one side.

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    Buy some slightly smaller or better quality ones off ebay then. Atty manufacturers use standard o rings.
    "Go away and come back when you understand better." he said. He would not let me pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    Buy some slightly smaller or better quality ones off ebay then. Atty manufacturers use standard o rings.
    Also most local bearing suppliers/ shops stock a multitude of o rings, should be able to find what you want.

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    Bearing manufacturers maybe, most o rings from them are too large in girth (too fat) jewellery supplies or o ring manufacturers!

    Do a Google search for your size, they are out there

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    Second thoughts, tell us the size you need... maybe someone can help, and I would think at a fraction of the cost, so measure them suckers and post the size(s)


    (And Google can tell you how to measure properly)


    Third thought, I have an array of sizes, maybe I can help, I've gone through the searches process...
    Last edited by Fossil; 21-12-15 at 11:59 AM.

 

 

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