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#1 (permalink)      3/1/2017 5:57:28 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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FRANKENSKULL BOTTLES
Hello guys! Does this bottles fit inside the frankenskull mod?
#2 (permalink)      3/1/2017 6:05:22 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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yes - using one right now.

MotoBlue wrote:

I can confirm - a 3x2mm o-ring over the original Frankenskull tubing fits the Inbox bottles perfectly.

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Thanks man!
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This bottle can be easily used as substitute for Italian supersoft bottle as mentioned by Motoblue. Here's how I do it


Silicon tubing is 2x4mm.
Top cap is from Frankenskull SKU 6515100
This inbox bottle(which is on par with supersofts in softness)
Rubber gasket I removed from Kangertech coil SKU 1727001 fits very nicely on the Franken top cap which gives perfect seal between tubing and top cap. I heard these gaskets work nicely as well SKU 1886602
Put two little o rings on the bottle neck to give seal between top cap and bottle. I used one 6x8 and one 7x9 o ring. Any small o ring works, which everyone should be able to find in their vape gear stash.
When done properly, it should work and feel like Italian supersofts. Just be careful of top cap coming off the bottle when you insert tubing onto the 510 pin.
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I got these bottle for the Frankenstein.
I ended up using the silicone cap they came with, to run the hose through. Works great.

Basically, you need to cut everything away from the cap, only leaving the inner plug and a small flat lip on top to prevent it falling into the bottle.
Then the hardest part, you need to cut a hole into the center of the plug to pass your tube through.

Seals perfect, and easy to remove and re-fit.
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Hey tonypp could you post some pics to see your job? Thanks!
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It's real easy. Works great.
I forgot to mention, I trimmed the top of the bottle neck on mine, since it sits higher now after I swapped out the contacts for copper.
But you shouldn't need to do this if you haven't modified yours.




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Nice, thank you!
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Yoshiking or/and tonypp, how do you prevent a seepage/leakage at the top end of this plastic tube? My steel tube is very narrow. I see some extra steel sleeve on your photos, right?

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I found a piece of scrap tubing that fit nice and tight over the pin, and I worked it into the top of the standard tube.
It says in place and creates a good seal.
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Tonypp, how do you keep from pinching off the feed tube? I can't seem to make a hole in the inbox cap/plug large enough for easy squonk action. I tried using a 4mm bit to drill a hole. Go figure how that would work on flexible/stretchy silicone.