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Post  roddie Tue Apr 30, 2024 3:48 pm

I'll need a silicone-tubing "pinch-off" for a bench-run that involves a water-cooling coil. I put heat-shrink tubing over the jaws of my hemostats.. to avoid abrading the tubing when clamped.

easy enough to remove if need be..


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