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post #11 of 12
^^ Seriously go to Home Depot...has better selection than the Lowes that was next door. $6 (plus tax) for 10' of 3/4 OD 1/2 ID clear PVC tubing. They also sell the reinforced stuff that's greyish with a white mesh, but it is *really* stiff. If you're going to have tubes going to every component I'd suggest 3/8 x 5/8.
post #12 of 12
I'm building one with all copper tubing, using push-fit fittings. So I am sure you could use hard acrylic tubes if you wanted. Push-fit fittings offer a very good seal and they are extremely easy to take apart. But I suspect they would complicate the process if your tubes don't have any bends in them.
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