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Are there better clamps for H20 cooling?

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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    I am in the hunt for clamps for my H20 system. All I seem to find is the Plastic (squeeze clamps), and the automotive style hose clamps. I want something better and cleaner. Is there such a creature?

    Was thinking along the lines of 2 c's face to face with set screws maybe. Please send links or where I may purchase something like what I want. Thanks for lookin fellas!:toast:
     
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    hey peet I,vused these 2 of them reversed you just find the right ones for the tube & barb and the tool to 'spring' them open Never had one leak yet... good luck ...
    http://www.circlipindia.com/circlip.html
     
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    thats a pretty clean looking idea....I'll have to look into those @ a local auto shop and take some goodies with me to see them in action...nice find.

    Still looking tho concidering all ideas ,please if there are others please post!
     
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    I was gonna recommend frozencpu. they have some metal clamps for sale on there.
     
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    THX war I looked there ...just trying to get away from that cheesy automotive look and those plastic squeeze rings I just dont trust. May even change barbs and go compression if needed.
     
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    @ DOM and yogurt, I have it set up with those clamps and I think it just looks like a "cheap" way to do it . Just trying to look outside the box and pick some brains for ideas.

    Something like this is what I'm looking for just on a smaller scale.
    http://www.acehardware.com/product/index.jsp?productId=1884315

    Thanks anyways guys.
     
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    I'm looking currently for a cheaper price for 1/2" Tygon. should also state its a Danger Den CPU block.
     
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