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O rings
I have a KFL, and need the O rings for it, anyone know of a place to contact? Of course, the one I need right away has to be the fill port screw. Hahahaha

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20-09-2014 03:58 PM
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Find a hardware store and look for something that fits. O rings are like 20¢ at Ace Hardware, that's where I always get mine. I have a bad tendency to lose o rings, so I always take the original in and buy a few extras for a rainy day. 
20-09-2014 05:15 PM
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(20-09-2014 05:15 PM)Michael Wrote:  Find a hardware store and look for something that fits. O rings are like 20¢ at Ace Hardware, that's where I always get mine. I have a bad tendency to lose o rings, so I always take the original in and buy a few extras for a rainy day. 
Thank you Michael.. oh, btw.. great signature.. thats me all round! My hobby too.

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No problem mate. There are some places to buy spare parts specifically made for your tanks, but it's cheaper to just find a hardware store and self-help it. I melted the insulator in my Kayfun and used a plastic bushing to repair it, just cut it down to size and it works great Smile lol 

Yeah I saw that signature on another vaping forum and decided to steal it. Sums me up perfectly. 
21-09-2014 03:57 AM
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(21-09-2014 03:57 AM)Michael Wrote:  No problem mate. There are some places to buy spare parts specifically made for your tanks, but it's cheaper to just find a hardware store and self-help it. I melted the insulator in my Kayfun and used a plastic bushing to repair it, just cut it down to size and it works great Smile lol 

Yeah I saw that signature on another vaping forum and decided to steal it. Sums me up perfectly. 
Well, well, now.. don't we have things in common, I just did that to my KFL after my M-16 had a runaway fire switch..
My wife just about went sterile when I spent $90 on a DNA-30 clone, and put the M-16 into the "pay it forward" box at a friends vape shop. She was also sure that once I was nicotine free, that I was going to quit vaping.. Of course, my reply to that was .. "Who told you that lie?" This is now a full blown hobby, not just a past time.
I'm in Arkansas.. altho very seriously considering moving to the UK. I see you fly "Old Glory" where are you?

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In the words of Mark Wahlberg in the movie Shooter, "Welcome to Tennessee, the patron state of shootin' stuff." 
21-09-2014 03:45 PM
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(21-09-2014 03:45 PM)Michael Wrote:  In the words of Mark Wahlberg in the movie Shooter, "Welcome to Tennessee, the patron state of shootin' stuff." 

Tennessee?? Seriously?? I moved here, from Unicoi Co. (Tri cities) 19 yrs ago! Where in Tenn are you?

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Chatty-town Smile aka Chattanooga lol
21-09-2014 11:51 PM
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