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    45 Degree Powerfeed Elbow

    Any good recommendations on these? My old plastic PMI one finally cracked. Is there anything better than the hard clear plastic screw down ones. Think I might have seen one of Jake’s videos with a universal cut with some hose clamps, but could definitely be off.
    Thanks!

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    i use the ones from Pro Team Products, they are thinner and stronger than the old clear ones.

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    I have a large mountain of abs plastic ones i cut for hose clamps and sell if that interests you. I haven't seen one break yet. The ptp ones are solid too, i just don't like the small insert they have in them. It always gets lost.

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    I buy these, cut slots with a hacksaw at 0, 90, 180, and 270, then wrap with a ~8” strip of duct tape as tightly as I can get it without breaking the tape. Turns it into a spring collet of sorts. It holds a fully loaded LT-R with no slipping while running, sliding, and diving.

    https://www.ansgear.com/Universal_45...-45-na-clr.htm
    Last edited by nak81783; 07-18-2022 at 08:51 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nak81783 View Post
    I buy these, cut slots with a hacksaw at 0, 90, 180, and 270, then wrap with a ~8” strip of duct tape as tightly as I can get it without breaking the tape. Turns it into a spring collet of sorts. It holds a fully loaded LT-R with no slipping while running, sliding, and diving.

    https://www.ansgear.com/Universal_45...-45-na-clr.htm
    Those are similar to the ones i have and use in my shooting videos.

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