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Well I bought some 1/2" ID 5/8" OD compression fittings and I was planning on using Tygon tubing for my loop, but now I feel like I want my tubing to look a little better so I decided to go with blue tubing.
The problem is that, there aren't many options on blue 1/2" ID 5/8" OD.

Here is the only thing that I was able to find

http://www.mountainmods.com/flexible...-od-p-455.html

Have any of you tried this? Do you know if it is any good?

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I dunno about the tubing but thats a decent price for blue tubing. hmm, if its fairly decent i may get some myself as i hacked up all the tubing i have and need more when i rebuild my loop
 

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Masterkleer and Primochill have the best colored tubing, so just go with whoever has the better colors.
 

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Originally Posted by Chunky_Chimp
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Masterkleer and Primochill have the best colored tubing, so just go with whoever has the better colors.


It's the size of tubing he's having trouble finding. 1/2" ID 5/8" OD really isn't that common a size.
 

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Well, you have the two that are the right size for BLUE. If you ever want to go CLEAR then this is the sweetest tubing to use ...

http://www.usplastic.com/catalog/ite...6299&catid=717

This is the tubing I've used over the years. The best part is, it's a fraction of the cost of Tygon and it has Hydrolytic Stability -- For resistance to moisture and fungus. At 0.61 cents per foot, it's ideal. You can over order the tubing length in case the meassurements or routing were off.
 
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