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What type of PVC is best for a rail?
So yesterday I went by my local hardware store and browsed their extensive selection of PVC. I figured I wanted a thicker tube (around 4" diameter), so I looked at my options. Expecting to find just one type of PVC tube, I was shocked at the many different types. So my question to you guys is what is the best type of PVC for rails and by this I mean thickness, color, hardness, anything.
The thicker and harder the better. Just buy the standard looking white stuff.
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the big blue ones are the best, but you can't really buy them, you need to find them
Avila sucks real bad
Buy the gray conduit stuff. It's a little softer so it doesn't crack as easily and still slides well. Any kind would work though
I always go ABS black and it's always been good to me both in the summer and in the winter
I go with the highest psi rating
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WTB 2XL or 3XL Jiberish or other tall hoodies n shit
10ft length 8in diameter blue plumbing pvc. I'm still trying to get my hands on some
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