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Old 12-02-2010, 12:40 AM   #11
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Was that just for the Tees and the large pipe? Did you order bushings too? My bill was about $66.
That was bushings and everything. Did you buy the 2" pipe?



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Old 12-02-2010, 12:42 AM   #12
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$50 eh...may buy one just for the awesomeness factor



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Old 12-02-2010, 12:49 AM   #13
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That was bushings and everything. Did you buy the 2" pipe?
I bought the 8" pipe. My heating element is about 11" long. Also changed out one of the tees for a cross so I can drain it easily - and got a couple of nylon barbed hose nipples.

Item # Description Qty Price
S4C ROS11/2 1 1/2" CROSS 304SS 1 $15.00
S4T 11/2 1 1/2" TEE 304SS 1 $10.55
S4B 1X1/4 1" X 1/4" HEX BUSHING 304SS 1 $2.15
S4B 11/2X1/2 1 1/2" X 1/2" HEX BUSHING 304SS 3 $4.60
S4B 11/2X1 1 1/2" X 1" HEX BUSHING 304SS 2 $4.60
S4N 11/2X8 1 1/2" X 8" SCH40 NIP 304SS 1 $14.48
DIX TN34 NYLON 3/8"HOSE X 1/2"NPT 2 $0.50
MEI WEBDISC ONLINE ORDER DISCOUNT 1 $(1.32)
Subtotal $64.86

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Old 12-02-2010, 01:39 AM   #14
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jasonbeer - how long did it take to get your order from Murray?

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Old 12-04-2010, 05:03 PM   #15
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New parts continue to roll in. Here's the order from McMaster

There are DIN rail terminal blocks and 1" SS lock nuts. I also received an assortment of 60 10mm LEDs ordered off e-bay. These things are huge and bright. They should make good status indicators. Also not shown: end caps and bridges for the terminal blocks and 10mm LED panel bezels.

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Those LEDs are so big, man, they look the ghosts that eat Pac-Man.

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Looks like FedEx ground is putting in the OT on Saturday. They just dropped off my order of breakers and DIN rail from Automation direct.

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jasonbeer - how long did it take to get your order from Murray?
Sorry- Missed your question

One day. They're just over the border in Indiana.
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One day. They're just over the border in Indiana.
NP - my order arrived Friday. These RIMS are going to be big.
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I bought the 8" pipe. My heating element is about 11" long. Also changed out one of the tees for a cross so I can drain it easily - and got a couple of nylon barbed hose nipples.
I like the idea of putting a cross on one end for cleaning/drying purposes. I'm putting quick disconnects on mine instead of straight hose barbs. I don't plan on mounting it permanently to my brew stand. Rather, I thought I would build a little stand for it to rest in while in use. After using it, I can disconnect it and turn it upside down to drain and dry.


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