REALLY!, This was the missing link to a fully functional saber I can be proud of and SHOW OFF.
Battled with my saber and every thing holds up well...
Don't build a sink tube with out it LOL.
holy crap this thing is *tight*. and i mean tht literally. i had to put a bit of effort into it and force it on. heh....i wont even have to put screws in it cus its so tight. way to go on the tolerances.
(kenkoo no raifu -tandoku de aruku hito-)
(good health much life -man who walks alone-)
This part worked exactly like it was supposed to. An incredibly useful item to have for either a scratch build or emergency improvisation. Mix 1 part adapter to 1 part sink tube, add electronics, shake, and serve. Instant saber, almost. (you get the idea)
The one thing I would say with this is to make sure you have the correct gauge sink tube. There are 2 common gauges available at your local DYI/supply shop; 20 ga & 22 ga. This adapter is designed to fit the thinner 22 gauge tubing. It will not fit the 20 ga. It's too thick. You'll need to sand/grind down either the tube or the adapter. TCSS knows what they're selling and carry the correct gauge tube. If you buy from elsewhere just make sure to check the gauge.
This piece is great. Perfect for: 1.5 sinktube hilts, 1.5 to 1.25 reducers, 1.25 electronics cradles inside sinktube hilts. Don't underestimate the power of this part.
I love this thing... I mean... when you need extra room below your normal MHS emitter/mount--it's the perfect way!
Don't underestimate it... it's a part worth DOUBLE its weight in republic credits, heheh.
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