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Its OD by OD. 3/4" OD subtracted by 5/8" OD.
but the 7/16 interior is stretched outward by 1/16, the difference between the barb and the screw down part would also change.

edit:that makes no sense but i understand it

the tube wall would not get thinner
Edited by LiquidForce - 12/26/08 at 6:02pm
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but the 7/16 interior is stretched outward by 1/16, the difference between the barb and the screw down part would also change.

edit:that makes no sense but i understand it

the tube wall would not get thinner
LOL yea it will, when ever you stretch something it will get thinner. That is the point of elasticity. If the walls do not get thinner, how do you think it will fit? Think about a rubber band. When you pull the ends, doesnt the middle get skinner and thinner? The same applies for 1/2" ID but much less.
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LOL yea it will, when ever you stretch something it will get thinner. That is the point of elasticity. If the walls do not get thinner, how do you think it will fit? Think about a rubber band. When you pull the ends, doesnt the middle get skinner and thinner? The same applies for 1/2" ID but much less.
yea that sounds right

i was just thinking about it in a perfect world
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