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Post by domesticextremist on Apr 5, 2012 9:40:52 GMT
Lol, I've been thinking about the same thing - I#ve got some DCTs on order from the group buy, and some CE2 Ultimate XLs in waiting. Whilst making my Frankentank, I fiddled aroung with the CE2 tube and found it too fat to go through the end caps. Without the tube the base will be too loose and leak.
So I thought I could use bits of sawn off cartomiser for padding out around the base and for fitting a drip tip. cutting cartos is a faff, and needs a tube cutter (I got a great mintube cutter in Wickes for £4) and you will need to file down the very sharp edges.
When the GB ship comes in, I'll probably have a go at this myself, so will be better able to advise.
Post by domesticextremist on Apr 4, 2012 21:40:16 GMT
From what i can glean, she was ordered sorbitol but they supplied sodium nitrite instead (labelled as sorbitol). Both are solid powders. I expect that such a mislabelling snafu is the reason for the warning and advice, while they figure what is correctly labelled and what is not.
Post by domesticextremist on Apr 4, 2012 16:53:58 GMT
Well that wasn't what I was thinking - I've got some more DCT's on the way for that I'm assuming the tubing is more or less the same thickness as any other metal carto. I'm sure the atty connector may have some uses too, but I'll have to see when I get one in my hands.