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    Who is still making hardlines?

    Anyone still doing these? If not, anybody know exactly what tools are needed and where to get them? I have at least two markers that I would like to put hardlines on. If the investment isnt too steep I might think about buying the tools to do it and making a few extra sets.

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    Some people have used the lines from a Phantom. I have seen it done. you can get them through WWA but I am sure there are other places too.

    http://www.whitewolfairsmithing.com/cci%20parts.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loguzzzzzz View Post
    Some people have used the lines from a Phantom. I have seen it done. you can get them through WWA but I am sure there are other places too.

    http://www.whitewolfairsmithing.com/cci%20parts.htm
    So basically just take these and cut them to length?

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    Actually from what I recall, all you need to do it stretch them out a little, that will slightly decrease the angle and it will line up. No cutting necessary.

    At least this is what I remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loguzzzzzz View Post
    Actually from what I recall, all you need to do it stretch them out a little, that will slightly decrease the angle and it will line up. No cutting necessary.

    At least this is what I remember.
    Doesnt do me any good for the bottom lines though. I want to replace both the line from the ASA to the foregrip and from the VASA to the valve.

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    I can make you a custom hard line using macro fittings

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