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In Topic: Tank Thread Lubrication?

31 August 2014 - 05:43 PM

Lubricating your tank threads should not be an issue, sometimes just a drop on the threads is all you need to make it thread and unthread smoothly.

In Topic: Dangerous Power

31 August 2014 - 12:27 PM


Well I'm glad you told us what Hustle thinks. We can all go home now guys, thread's done.
Hustle only cares about PE and CCM. They pander to fanboys, I would take anything they say with a huge grain of salt.

wow, good one.. Want a cookie?


It took you a whole month to come up with that comeback?

In Topic: Please help me pick a new video intro!

28 August 2014 - 11:48 AM

With things as short as Youtube videos, less is more when it comes to intros.

In Topic: T9.1 Setup for Sale

26 August 2014 - 11:43 PM

Bump. No point really, it's the only active thread in this forum.

In Topic: Got my Planet Eclipse Geo 3 today!

25 August 2014 - 08:21 PM



On the subject of macroline: it is on a whole other level of being easy to fix compared to internal air path seals.

Macroless guns are just as reliable, if not more reliable than macroline.

If you beat the hell out of your gun its not.


The only thing macroline has going for it is that it's more convenient to actually replace when it goes down. And that's good, because macroline fails more than an internal seal does. Also, when I have to replace macroline, I may or may not have to re-trim it, buy new hose, or buy a new fitting with either some teflon tape or loctite. With a macroless setup, all I need is a few O-rings. It's not hard to find the source of the leak, and while it may take a little longer to actually fix, it's hard to complain when you rarely have to do it, if ever. I fail to see where you think macroline is better.