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Old 02-05-2013, 06:03 PM
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Got my moroso catch can today! Quick question about the SOS pad. Right next to the plastic pads at my local grocery store are some copper ones. Does it matter which one I should get as for a filter? Both have the same relative mesh tightness. They both wont rust. Just didn't know if the copper would corrode or not being coated in oil all the time.
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Get the stainless steel scrubber pads. It's what I used when I made my CCV canister.
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Where did you get those at? I've only seen plastic and copper
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There everywhere up here, grocery stores, Wally World (Walmart)
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Huh, ok thanks
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Huh, ok thanks
You can always stop by any machine or fabrication shop and ask them if you can grab a handful of their stainless shavings. They usually have a ton of it around on the floor.
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Old 02-06-2013, 05:28 AM
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I'll prob use a pot scrubber of some kind. So they stay intact
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Just don't use plastic ones as there is noway to know for sure if they'll stand up to hot hydrocarbon vapors.
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I got stainless scrubbers from menards and a 1" barbed brass fitting with a male threaded end and used a step drill bit to make the hole in the can big enough to thread the fitting in. The fitting fits snugly but I'm epoxying it into the can to be double sure it won't go anywhere.
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