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    Quote Originally Posted by TOSH View Post
    Shortnsmokey= Troll
    only thing I LEARNED from this thread.


    I have spoken with "experts" and they tell me I am safe.....

    what is all this deal of tasting the stainless? or tasting stainless dabbers? i have some pretty sharp taste buds..... and I have tried to find the taste .... but it isnt happening.... leading me to wonder ..... lots.....

    Thanks for always having my back Olds. Love the new adjustable nails, work great, taste great.
    Dreaming in small bubbles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MesaBoogieMan View Post
    all the HE parts are Ti , even the shaft...
    Highly Educated - V3 - 3.0" Extended Titanium Shaft

    The 3.0" Universal Threaded Shaft for the Highly Educated V3 Titanium Nail.
    This 3.0" titanium threaded shaft works with all of the Highly Educated V3 pieces, both 14 mm and 18 mm, and was designed for users who have a larger than average vapor globe set up.

    Specifications
    Threaded Shaft Diameter: 0.185" inches 4.70 mm
    Extended Shaft Length: 3.0" inches 76.2 mm
    Material: Grade 2 Titanium
    Weight: 4.40 grams
    US Patent Pending Application # 61/504,121
    Made in the U.S.A.
    Added a link for easy verification.
    http://aqualabtechnologies.com/conce...5-m-shaft.html

    I am glad somebody finally brought this up, as I have been thinking about it for a while. Hopefully it's nothing too bad for those with stainless rods.

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    Grade 2 titanium threaded rod 10/24, $87.45 ,3 foot bar.

    I'm using stainless Steel grade 304 10/32 , $8.74, 3 foot bar.



    Who wants $150 adjustsbles .

    Geez

    Off gasses really ?
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    DoYouDab nails use CP grade 2 Ti rods for theirs, just spoke with the owner.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Papers View Post
    no pain, no oil-stain.
    In the middle we stay calm, we just drop BHOmbs

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    I like that guy ^^^ from doyoudab
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    I'd pay almost anything to make sure I was buying the safest product on the market.....take it how you please, no disrespect indented...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taycro View Post
    I'd pay almost anything to make sure I was buying the safest product on the market.....take it how you please, no disrespect indented...
    Looks like you dabbing off a rig with an SS spoke in that pic....


    SS rod all of a sudden a huge uproar.... ive been seeing red hot spokes for a while now...

    I'll admit I questions this "rod" myself, but research and asking experts led to the no issues line.
    Dreaming in small bubbles...

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    I am not here to promote my product, rather to dissociate the idea that all adjustable nail companies use Stainless Steel for the threaded rod... Because we ONLY make adjustable nails, and NEVER use stainless steel.

    I have no idea what other companies use; that isn't my business. What I do know, is that I would never use anything BUT titanium for ANY component in my lineup.

    Our threaded shafts are Commercially Pure grade 2 ASTM B 348 (Made in America, to ASTM Spec) titanium rod.

    How do I know? Because I pay for it out of our companies account, and I cut everything myself, so I can assure anyone without a doubt exactly what they are using.

    As far as residue still on the parts; in my opinion, that shouldn't happen. These parts should be cleaned THOROUGHLY, before they ever even reach the consumer.

    Titanium is cleaned before AND after with Acetone and/or an acid (We use a 100% virgin acetone/solvent), as certain solvents can make titanium EXTREMELY brittle. After an acetone wash, parts are rinsed in hot water and dawn dish soap, then hot water again. Drying occurs with a heat gun, eliminating water spots as much as possible.


    I'm open to any questions, about any component.

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    gimme



    my homie doyoudab is the titanium threaded rod god

    please let it be true ti god
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    if there is a danger ...

    is it more dangerous than eating this fat ass burger and drinking this beer???
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