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    oops,

    double post..

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    Are you still gonna do a DNA 30?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tybin View Post
    Are you still gonna do a DNA 30?!
    I don,t know, I have dirt under my fingernails...I'll commune with my master craftsman once the shovel is back in the tool shed...

    hi Ty!
    fono
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    Yes dear

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    Got my bubinga w/ lacewood Phidias!! It's so charming and rustic... totally reminds me of Nevada! I can't get over how a larger mod can weigh so little!! I'm guessing it will swell with our humidity here and weigh more once the wood adjusts, but that's neat! Your joining work is terrific too! Thank you Fonos!


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    Quote Originally Posted by glassgal View Post
    Got my bubinga w/ lacewood Phidias!!
    I guess that answers my question on whether or not the Phidias could handle a bottom fed RDA like those people use on the Reo. Because that certainly look like the Smok squid (or is it an octopus) on your new Phidias.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsoplinger View Post
    I guess that answers my question on whether or not the Phidias could handle a bottom fed RDA like those people use on the Reo. Because that certainly look like the Smok squid (or is it an octopus) on your new Phidias.

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    It handles every single bottom feed RDA I've put in it, and the diameter of the wood is large enough to handle a slightly wider RDA too (as well as what looks like smaller carto tanks too). I take that back... I just screwed in a 25.4 mm carto tank, which is as big as it gets, and it fires it fine too.
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    congrats glassgal. Bubinga is my favorite
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    How wide of a tank will your mods accept?

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    hi AK-OC,

    I''m thinking all of them....there is a 23.85mm by my scale, provision for them. That's .9390 of an inch by my measure, aka 59/64s

    I measured this native olive:



    It's my understanding that the Phidias will also handle the rebuildable atties as well.

    Thanks for asking!

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