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#1 (permalink)      1/25/2016 1:41:03 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Plastic Cover for pole
Hi,
what is that small plastic (usually white) cover for the +pole beeing called?
Id guess you can get that on FT too?
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Possibly one of these two searches may help you:

Paper Insulation Gasket
Rubber Insulating Seal Ring
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I use these SKU 3748000 (black.) Also available in white SKU 2157501.
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Thank you.
Looking at the pictures of ppl just using the shrink wrap, it seems its not really needed, when you make the tubing a bit longer. Or would you recommend to use a cover too?

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If the insulator is not damaged there is no need to replace it. I feel it is always good to have some just in case you need them. Remember to please use plastic tools to remove the old battery wrapper.
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Pinoy_vapor wrote:

If the insulator is not damaged there is no need to replace it. I feel it is always good to have some just in case you need them. Remember to please use plastic tools to remove the old battery wrapper.


Or at least only cut it at the bottom enough to just tear the old one off. All the danger is at the top when re-wrapping ;-)

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Good point johnny_469. Personally I use a folding ceramic knife (SKU 2176802) which is very sharp and not too bad if you treat it right. By the way thanks.
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Pinoy_vapor wrote:
If the insulator is not damaged there is no need to replace it.


I lost an insulator, bc of the dmged wrap.
Bought the whites ones.

Thank you all.