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    Stainless steel drip tip adapters

    So, I am going to hopefully modify a small straight pipe mouthpiece I have here to suit an F17 style carto tank to put on the Smok epipe. This is what I have to work with.



    Thinking I will cut the stepped insert part off the end of the mouthpiece, bevel the inside edge so it is a nice fit on the tank cap. Initially I was thinking I would epoxy a cut-off carto tube up inside for a bit of strength. Then put the drip tip in the carto tube. I have one of the mouthpieces of a VOBCC which I could cut down as it would be a nice tight fit in the carto tube..

    Then I was pointed toward these.



    Which look to be perfect for the job.

    My question. Would it be a reasonable idea to fill the tank end of the mouthpiece with epoxy then drill to suit the adapter? Any other suggestions on how to go about this?

    Or should I post the mouthpiece to GTAdmin to make an adapter on his flash new lathe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 308hjute View Post
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    Or should I post the mouthpiece to GTAdmin to make an adapter on his flash new lathe?
    Don't do that, he'll probably f*ck it up

    What is that adaptor (?) you linked to?
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    This be it. Out of stock atm.

    Murano Stainless Steel Adapter - Phiniac Rugged Pyrex Glass Tanks

    I do have a lead on something similar though.
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    How did you go with this ? I would like to try one also

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    Scotty, I ended up simply cutting a plastic drip tip and epoxy-ing it into the mouthpiece. Rough and ready, but it does the job. I tend to use a long stainless drip tip anyway, haven't used the pipe mouthpiece for a while.
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    Might give it a go

 

 

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