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Old October 13th, 2007, 13:56   #16
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Originally Posted by jameskersten View Post
I don't know about fail but they can be high maintance intensive. A teammate has the CA shells and was replacing the rubber o-ring after almost every use, he has since found a rubber o-ring used in a/c systems for cars that works awesome. He was going on 2 months (playing every weekend) without having to replace that o-ring.
I need to know what this o-ring is...
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Old October 13th, 2007, 14:17   #17
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I spoke with my teammate about this o-ring. He didn't have a part number ,we took it out of an a/c kit here at work (Honda Dealership). He has since however bought others at a Automotive Parts store. He just took the o-ring in with him and asked for a matching o-ring from automotive a/c systems. He also mentioned it was a green o-ring.
Wish i had more info what/where to get these o-rings cause I have seen how annoying they can be but thats all the info we both have.
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