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Replacement wotofo bravo screws

Discussion in 'General Rebuildable Discussion (RTA/RBA/RDA)' started by Vaperclouds89, Jul 3, 2018.

  1. Vaperclouds89

    Vaperclouds89 New Member

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    In love with my new bravo rta but does anyone know where i can get replacement deck acrews in uk or know a size the original ones seem to strip too easy
     
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    stanglifemike Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    My Bravo was in my hand when I read this. I've had mine for a few months, but haven't had any issues with the screws so I haven't changed them. I haven't checked the Bravo yet, but I've found that most post screws work with other decks. I just filled mine before seeing this thread, but I'll check the screws when the tank gets a little lower.
    EDIT: If yours is already apart, check the spare screws that came with your other attys. I bet they'll fit
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    KingPin! In my defence, I was left unsupervised ^^ Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Platinum Contributor Member For 1 Year VU Challenge Team Reviewer

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    How tight do you clamp your coils i could of over tightened due to thinking there was a gap but not need to clamp so hard causing the screws to strip
     
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    Tight enough to keep the leads in check but I don’t gorilla it tight

    What is easy to do is tighten one side too much over the other which will shag the threading ..careful for that
     
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