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Old 10th December 2003, 07:04 PM   #21
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With a really long pipe, you may end up with some resonance, you dirty thread hijacker you ... but you could easily solve it with some added mass. A sheet of bitumen or asphalt and a pipe clamp or 3 works well. (I've built a few NASTY expirments... but the SAF on them was somewhere around -25... so back into the cellar they went)
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