Originally Posted by garyoa1
I've said for years: "Of the people, by the people, for the people" turned into... what's in it for me? And that's really sad. Our forefathers would be ashamed at how we've allowed the "lawmakers" to twist their words to fill their own pockets. In many different ways. Not just ecigs.
In the case of e-cigs, if government takes them out of our hands people have no choice but to continue smoking. And if that's the case, the "lawmakers" are guilty of murder
Originally Posted by ForeverDiving
Originally Posted by flexsr
Ok - I give up - without 3 hands building the one kayfun clone I have is pure insanity for me - 3 hands and can bang it out one two three
Is there an rta out there that has good flavoring but easier to build - like with holes instead of screws to wrap around (I know kayfun has holes below the screws but I never see anyone use them -
What is an rta that I can go to next that has clones available and is little easier to build ?
This is a free calculator to help build coils
Originally Posted by Billie-cig
Originally Posted by thewomenfolk
Billie, putting in the new O-ring made it work perfectly. Can you give me the dimensions of all the O-rings that go into both the D-base and Slim tanks along with whether they're silicone, rubber, or whatever?
For the D-Base the outer O-rings are 13mm x 1,5mm and the inner are 9mm x 1,5mm.
For the Slim tank, ALL the o-rings are 9mm x 1,5mm
The only o ring that is silicone is the top inner of the Slim tank. Of course you can put a silicone o-ring on the top
Hey there folks, I wanted to start a thread to help rebuilders (or those interested in them) to get started and iron out basic problems.
Primary topics are going to be safety, direct from manufacturer info on hardware and basic electrical theory. Let's face it, you don't have to "understand" Ohms law to rebuild, but being familiar with it and how it applies to vaping safety are critical. And not just for Sub-ohm Cloud Chasers either, for anyone that rebuilds.