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Old 03-02-2006, 11:53 AM
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Default Air line threading?

The airline's threading on spyders is a metric type right?

Because I have no idea where to find it, and I don't want to strip my new palmer stab (for my lp setup :P) and as afar as I've seen, it doesn't look like the palmer is threaded the same as the ailine, because the airline meets alot of resistence after about one turn in.


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Oh and also, I've now come to the conclusion that they ARE metric, but, where the heck can i get an adapter or somthing so I can use my stabilizer... I'd prefer not to have get a drop, a new asa and macroline+fittings....

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Old 03-02-2006, 03:43 PM
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Default Re: Air line threading?

Well, though no one could help me I manged to help myself, I rethreaded the metric airline threads with standard threads, used some magic teflon tape to seal the airline, and now I can't wait to test fire it... I have already cheacked the seal, so its all good

Yaya!
Like anyone cares.. but yeah I'm happy :P
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