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How many p-38s do You carry?

Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by Ghillieman7, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. zev

    zev Loaded Pockets

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    Cool solution, now where do I get an O ring? Home-depot?
     
  2. Wooden Foot

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    Any auto parts store should sell an assorted set for pretty cheap.
     
  3. Coz_UK

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    Glad to be of service. :)

    For a cheap solution, Dollar Stores or Pound Shops will probably do packs of bathroom sink washers, and a few o-rings are usually included too.
    They may perish more quickly, tho, so a proper autoparts o-ring ought to last longer.

    C.
     
  4. Monocrom

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    Wal-Mart. Plumbing section. Nice assortment of o-rings in various sizes, in one packet. About a $1 per packet.
     
  5. zev

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    Cool! So what else can you do with an O-ring?
     
  6. Monocrom

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    Use it to fix a dripping sink. Or as a substitute o-ring on a flashlight; depending on size.
     
  7. zev

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    lol, i mean in a way that it wasn't intended (that's the fun right?)

    For example, it can be used to make a water bottle holder thing:

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    which could work well for baby soda bottles:

    http://www.experimentoftheweek.com/sss/valentines2-2-03-09.jpg

    Anyway, back on topic. ;)



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