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  1. Daryle Holmstrom

    Daryle Holmstrom retiredfishak

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    Where to order them? Starting a new invention.

    Daryle
     
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    Ringlee Doesn't care how you fish Moderator Staff Member

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    Daryle Holmstrom retiredfishak

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    I want the bare tubes. Daryle
     
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    To some it up are the tubes hard plastic or surgical plastic or rubber?
     
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    Tubes are readily available in plastic and metal. The plastic tubes are the most popular, due in part to the fact that they are inexpensive and can be cut to length. They are available in three different diameters:
    Micro ($2.50)
    Small ($3.50)
    Large (3.50)
    If you have some idea what you would like to do with these tubes I could probably help more.
    Anil
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