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Poll Results: What ID tubing do you want?

 
  • 44% (8)
    7/16"
  • 55% (10)
    1/2"
18 Total Votes  
post #11 of 17
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikey122687 View Post
7/16" is cheaper not 1/2"
No. On Sidewinders, it's $2.35 for 7/16" and $2.95 for 1/2". It's cheaper to buy the 7/16" through sidewinders, and cheaper to buy the 1/2" through Burn. Therefor, we should get the 1/2" ordered.
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post #12 of 17
Thread Starter 
Okay, I think I came across as a little confusing when telling people what specific tubing I was doing- The 7/16" stuff I was pricing had a thicker OD, 11/16", rather than 5/8" so that the stuff I was pricing would have a tighter bend radius (easier to bend than the 5/8). That stuff is AAC00034. The 1/2" stuff is standard 3/4" OD tubing, that one is AAC00038.

Now, if you want the "normal" 7/16" tubing that has a 5/8" OD, someone let me know! That stuff has a bigger bend radius (can't make as tight bends as the AAC00034 (11/16" OD)), but is a little bit cheaper.
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post #13 of 17
I don't care if say I have to spend $35 insted of say $30 for tubing.

why spend your time on saving us a few cents a foot..

now if you can save us a larger savings like a few hundred off a another 8800gtx that would be awsome..

But if you want to spend the time to order the tubing, wait for it, cut it up pack, address and ship the tubing and pay the paypal fees to save us some money great.....

how much are those paypal fees might eat up the savings!

I'm not crapping on your parade I just think it would be allot easier on you.
    
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post #14 of 17
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I think you posted in the other thread No, I didn't delete any of your posts.
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post #15 of 17
Sorry Burn

I get lost in all these posts sometimes
    
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post #16 of 17
I would be interested in maybe buying tygon with everyone, but I'm afraid shipping will kill it, since we're only saving a few bucks here.

http://www.petrastechshop.com/7id5odtyrlat.html

I think 7/16 is more popular but many people (including myself) might have made a mistake when voting. They were thinking what size barbs they are using. In my case that would be 1/2" and I would use 7/16" tubing and I voted for the wrong option.
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post #17 of 17
I probably won't buy any. I just ordered 1/3 of the stuff I need to finish my WC setup and mod my case a little bit and it was $100 so I think I am spending enough as it is. Sorry buddy.
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