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So I would also need two 7/16" to 3/8" adapters and 3/8" tubing?
The D4 doesn't have changeable barbs, so you'll need two 1/2" to 3/8" reducers along with like 2 feet of 3/8" tubing. You definitely won't use it all, but it's nice to have extra just in case.

Here are the reducers, and here is some good 3/8" tubing.
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no... just get only 3/8" tubing.. this will still fit over the 1/2" barbs you have. it's a tighter fit than the 7/16" but its still good.

EDIT: gir beat me again! but you can do that too.
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no... just get only 3/8" tubing.. this will still fit over the 1/2" barbs you have. it's a tighter fit than the 7/16" but its still good.

EDIT: gir beat me again! but you can do that too.
Dude, you've never tried to get 7/16" tubing on a D4/D5 have you? Trying to get 3/8" on it will require a lot of boiling water, more cuss words than an early Adam Sandler skit, and will probably result in some broken fingers/knuckles.

I'm not kidding. It's THAT hard.
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wow.... that bad huh? i guess when i do get a D5/D4 i'll be getting a DT top :x
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wow.... that bad huh? i guess when i do get a D5/D4 i'll be getting a DT top :x
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ok, 7/16" ID tubing won't fit over? clamps should keep it secure?
you do know that 3/8'' is smaller than 7/16'', right? The tubes would spew liquid all over
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you do know that 3/8'' is smaller than 7/16'', right? The tubes would spew liquid all over
I know that, but was curious if it was a major difference when it comes to the tubing.
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The D4 doesn't have changeable barbs, so you'll need two 1/2" to 3/8" reducers along with like 2 feet of 3/8" tubing. You definitely won't use it all, but it's nice to have extra just in case.

Here are the reducers, and here is some good 3/8" tubing.
This sound like the right tool for the job. Thanks alot.
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The D4 doesn't have changeable barbs, so you'll need two 1/2" to 3/8" reducers along with like 2 feet of 3/8" tubing. You definitely won't use it all, but it's nice to have extra just in case.

Here are the reducers, and here is some good 3/8" tubing.
Just to confirm, with these parts and the petra kit, I should be all set....

Am I hooking the n.b. and cpu in series or parallel?

did some reading series looks right.
Edited by labeldave - 12/18/08 at 5:59am
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you are good with those parks and teh petra kit.

you'll be hooking it up in series.
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