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Old 09-03-2011, 07:24 PM   #1
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Default Gas Line, Home Depot Style

So I'm sitting outside waiting out my boil and converting my single body regulator into a dual body. I now need some more gas line as I now have another gas outlet I can use. I call up my LHBS and find out they charge $1.99/ft! I told them that's ridiculous and hung up.

Does anyone know if some braided hose or some other type that Home Depot or Lowes or Ace stock would work? If so, what diameter should I look for? Thanks!

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as long as it's post regulator, pretty much any hose will work. It's all low pressure after the reg. You could use air compressor line. I think it was $.13 a foot last time I looked.

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