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    Hi guys, i was looking on the shop pages for adapters between my LAING D5 STRONG 8-24V Pump and the hard tube but can't seem to find adapters or fittings that does this (pump as a 3/8 bard on it) so my guess would be to use a flexible tube (like 2" long) to make the union between the 2 different material with proper connection ...

    Anyone as a better solution for this ?!?


  • #2

    obviously first choice is using pump top over ghetto solution above.
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    • #3
      Can you not use one of Daz's modified stock D5 tops with threaded ports instead of the barb version ?

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      • #4
        Threaded D5 Top gdesmo is talking about
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        • #5
          Oups !!! Totally forgot about this option Tks guys for your infos