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#1 (permalink)      9/26/2013 10:36:48 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Are these suitable for the nimbus tanks?
#2 (permalink)      9/26/2013 11:21:38 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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You could use them on a Chimbus and just remove the excess wick - whether you'd really want to is another matter :D
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#3 (permalink)      9/26/2013 11:25:51 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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If you are talking about the nimbus clone Rebuidable Dripping Atomizers (V5 family on FT), YES they are suitable.
#4 (permalink)      9/26/2013 12:28:37 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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hi spunjah58 yes these will work with the nimbus

but I would not recommend them get some 2mm or 3mm silica wick and some 0.2 kanthal and make your own coils (4 or 5 turns is a good start when raping coils ) they get easier the more you make and there's loads of good video's on youtube

most of the time these pre made wicks don't have the best silica & sometimes people complain of a aftertaste (I don't know if these are better than the norm)

invest a little time & I am sure your vaping experience will improve

good luck

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#5 (permalink)      9/27/2013 2:41:54 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The wick coming from china is garbage, bad tasting and dont last. Grab some good 3mm silica and some 28 or 26 gauge kanthal a1 wire and learn to do your builds like previously will be a lot happier with the end vaping result.
#6 (permalink)      10/16/2013 4:27:44 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I never use silica in my rebuilds, anymore. Went to Walmart and got a ball of that "Peaches & Cream" yarn, from the craft department. I have the white, but they also have an "unbleached" yarn, and all you have to do is boil it to remove any impurities/dye/crap that has settled on it, or was left from the manufacturing process. Spread it out to dry, wrap it back into smaller balls of yarn, then just cut off an inch or two anytime you need to make a new wick!