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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzKilla View Post
    My personal guide:

    Fit o-rings until battery doesn't rattle.
    fit washers until desired witch throw is achieved.


    *note: start off with the smallest amount of o-rings and least amount of washers, and work your way up....



    Now leave Dave alone so that he can get back to R&D!

    Not trying to be an a-hole, but 5 min. of test fitting would get you your answer, rather than waiting for someone to reply to a thread.
    I'm not going to buy every size danco oring and just throw stuff in and out. It is not a hard response.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BenC7 View Post
    I'm not going to buy every size danco oring and just throw stuff in and out. It is not a hard response.
    neither is using a ruler, or caliper.

    Measure the inside dia. of precise & the amount of play that the battery has within the mod. Then go to the hardware store and look for o-rings of various thicknesses. With the measurements you have....
    and if you are shopping on-line, the measurements are there in the description.

    and my previous test fitting comment wasn't directed at you specifically, but since you had an o-ring that came with the mod. taking it with you to the hardware store, and using it as a comparison would have yielded a quicker answer...

    most hardware stores near my house, sell them loose or in re-sealable containers, so test fitting was never an issue for me. yes, this includes home depot.

    even if you don't find this info useful , hopefully someone else browsing the forums will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenC7 View Post
    So you don't know the danco equivalent sizes?
    Only on the thick (.100) i believe danco size is #11. I do not know the danco equivalent on the thin (.070 thick) unfortunately.

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    i can give you the #16 "thin" oring measurements though:

    OD=3/4 ID=5/8 Cross section:1/16

    Most hardware stores will refer to them not in the danco numerology, but in the Standard USA sizing i have them listed in the original post, so you can order or ask for them by the numbers i have them listed as.
    Last edited by forcedfuel50; 05-22-2012 at 10:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forcedfuel50 View Post
    i can give you the #16 "thin" oring measurements though:

    OD=.3/4 ID=5/8 Cross section:1/16

    Most hardware stores will refer to them not in the danco numerology, but in the Standard USA sizing i have them listed in the original post, so you can order or ask for them by the numbers i have them listed as.
    thanks david I can work with this.


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    just got home from work, so i can now be a bit more helpful...

    Thick o-ring
    OD=0.75" ID=0.559" Cross section:0.1"

    *measurements are from my digital caliper on the thick o-ring that came on my P+18650

    washers are .03" thick

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzKilla View Post
    just got home from work, so i can now be a bit more helpful...

    Thick o-ring
    OD=0.75" ID=0.559" Cross section:0.1"

    *measurements are from my digital caliper on the thick o-ring that came on my P+18650

    washers are .03" thick
    thanks for the info


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    Quote Originally Posted by rwechsler View Post
    Cheers! Thank you! Gonna give it a go with the Kick when I get home. For now, rocking a 0.8ohm coil in medium mode Odysseus on my P+18 with an AW IMR 18650. The rhodium contacts seem to make a considerable difference vet what I'm used to, great mod!
    Hi Rick,
    Did you order a Shockwave as well?

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    What if im using panasonic gcr 2250mah button top?anybody here willing to help me out

    Sent from my GT-P6200

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    Quote Originally Posted by killet View Post
    What if im using panasonic gcr 2250mah button top?anybody here willing to help me out

    Sent from my GT-P6200
    One thick Oring as i recall and one washer on the switch post. Same set up as when using the AW Protected 2600mAh

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