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    What Bo said-big time. DUDE is that cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vBulldog View Post
    That's one cool reamer, Herb!
    I wish it were mine. Just a borrowed picture from Google images. I'll find one someday, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HCraven View Post
    I wish it were mine. Just a borrowed picture from Google images. I'll find one someday, though.
    Nah.. I'll find it before you do, and it'll be aaaall miiiine! LOL
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    That is a great reamer Herb. I too want one of those.
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    Me too!! However, I find it seldom necessary to ream any of my pipes -- and with Falcons I just use a pipe knife gently!
    Cheers, Dallas



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    An update: after some use - unscrew then dump the bowl leaving a little dottle does make it s lot less messy to clean- treating them like I do other pipes, I'm developing my "perfect" cake. And the dry rings I made remedied the gurgling in my bent model with the little ding in its tube. I'm a happy smoker with these neat old guys. :)

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    How did you make your own dry rings Greg.?

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    I cut a pipe cleaner into 3 pieces -- roll each into a ring and I have 3 rings! Seems to work as well as the official type, and costs less!
    Cheers, Dallas



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    Quote Originally Posted by drdca View Post
    I cut a pipe cleaner into 3 pieces -- roll each into a ring and I have 3 rings! Seems to work as well as the official type, and costs less!
    +1
    Sometimes I cut it into six small pieces and form to half circles for one dry ring filter. For some reason the two small pieces same to restrict airflow less than one long circular piece..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmwolford View Post
    +1
    Sometimes I cut it into six small pieces and form to half circles for one dry ring filter. For some reason the two small pieces same to restrict airflow less than one long circular piece..
    Interesting idea. I'll have to try that!
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