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Does anyone have a source for tubular stainless steel brake lines but not the braided ones?


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2007-01-27 17:32:27
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Start with your local gunshop. He'll probably have a source.

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Stainless steel, gold alloy, nickel/titanuim alloy. source= textbook.

You cannot weigh an area, but you can weigh a volume... so, one cubic meter of stainless steel weighs 7480 - 8000 kg. See related link for the source.

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There are many refrigerators these days (especially stainless steel ones) which are not magnetic. That might be the source of your problem.

Not particularly good, but adequate. Stainless steel cookware is normally copper plated to help spread the heat more uniformly, otherwise the heat will be more pronounced and somewhat locally, directly over the heat source.

Not good, but adequate. Stainless steel cookware is normally copper plated to help spread the heat more uniformly, otherwise the heat will be more pronounced and somewhat locally, directly over the heat source

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I've made mine out of stainless steel and aluminum, a cheap source for stainless steel is dinnerware spoons, you can even use the handles on some designs, you just drill, paint, etc., and attach leaders and hooks.

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i don't know but if anyone can tell me, id be very happy

Yes. Source(s): personal experience.

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In one of two conditions:public domain code - anyone can do anything they want with this sourceopen source code - this source is legally copyrighted, but distributed with a licence controlling how you can modify and redistribute

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