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|04-14-2008, 01:08 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Will this type of fitting/setup cause any problem?
So i have an automag rt-ule with an emag grip just for the look. Right now my stainless hose run straight from the drop forward to the mag, resulting in a very long hose that look ugly and get in the way.
Right now i am thinking of doing this and already have most of the necessary part, just have to go exchange my brass pipe nipple since it is a bit too long.
The setup would go like this from the drop forward to the xvalve on the mag.
drop forward > stainless steel tube > aluminum 90 elbow > brass connector > brass pipe nipple 2" > brass 90 elbow to turn it side way > aluminum 90 elbow to turn it toward the valve > stainless tube > aluminum into the valve.
Will the brass cause any problem? Or should that work out just fine?
|04-14-2008, 05:48 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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So, making a hardline using plumbing fittings?
One hard thing is making everything the exact right length, or you will find it extremely difficult to connect everything together.
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|04-14-2008, 08:13 AM||#3 (permalink)|
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You'll hate it when you need to remove the valve.
Also, it sounds like your setup may be a bit prone to catching on stuff. If you play a lot of woodsball you may want to rethink your options. Hardline can catch and bend if its brass, and you don't need a very big bend before you have a leak.
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