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You got a toilet, we got a VapCap, I got an idea......

Discussion in 'DIY' started by Hackerman, May 12, 2018.

  1. Hackerman

    Hackerman Expiration Police

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    I don't usually share all my stupid ideas because well, most of them are just that. But, I shared this one with a couple people somewhere else and they really loved it and with all the VapCap Maniacs here, I felt someone here might think it was cute. It seemed everyone had this washer in their workroom. LOL

    I have owned rentals (like many people) for decades. And, even without rentals, home ownership is flush with repairs. And bathroom and toilet repairs are certainly among the more common ones.

    I think everyone has purchased the standard toilet tank repair kit. You know the one. It has the flapper and the valve and all the little parts and do dads.

    Well, within those miscellaneous parts is a rubber washer. Actually, it's 2 rubber washers but they are molded as one and it''s up to the end user to pull them apart and decide which one is required for their particular installation. Well, the little one is NEVER for my kind of toilets so I pull them apart, use the larger washer and the little one goes into the 'toilet parts box'. LOL

    Low and behold the washer is REBORN as a VapCap bong adapter. Fits in your pocket, fits in your purse. Fits on your 14mm or it fits on the 18mm just as well.

    It's made from genuine organic silicone and it's designed to be used with your toilet so you know it's safe to use with your favorite bong or bubbler.

    It can be positioned so the carb is full open, full closed or adjusted to the finest fraction of a mm to have the carb partially opened.

    I could rebrand these and sell 'em for 20 bux each. But, since I love you all so much, I am offering this once in a lifetime offer absolutely free of charge. Just hop on down to your local Home Depot or Lowes, open the organic plastic packaging and remove the washer.... all free of charge and compliments of the ol' Hackerman. :)

    A small postage and handling charge (or maybe bail money) may be required.

    First pic is the "before tear-apart" and after. Then, the VC partially and fully carbed. And, finally, at home on an 18mm bong.

    Life is good.

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  2. virtualpurple

    virtualpurple Well-Known Member

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    @Hackerman to the rescue! I can’t wait to see what you come up with next!
     
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  3. Hackerman

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    I would post my toilet paper roll heat shield sleeve for the E-nano but I don't want people to think I am obsessed with the bathroom. ;)
     
  4. Alegre

    Alegre Pobre payaso

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    Oh please please! I'd love to see that!
     
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  5. MUSA Vaporizer

    MUSA Vaporizer Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    You could also do this with a winecork in a more biologically way :D
     
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  6. Hackerman

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    Hmmmmm, wine corks and rubber lab corks. Great idea. I like the rubber ones because I am big on going organic and you never know where cork comes from. Everyone knows rubber is organic 100%.

    Anyway, I may scrap the toilet paper roll cover for my E-Nano for a piece of leather I found from back in the 60's when I owned a leather shop. LOL

    Meanwhile, check this out......

    Got an old Arizer Extreme Q laying around? I did. And, I pulled the nice glass adapter that is 90 degrees and has the little glass hose that fills the organic plastic bags out and guess what? It fits my Motar

    See this thread for what a Motar is... http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/arcadia-longmada-motar-quartz-bowl-510-thread-for-rosin.26816/

    Anyway, the Arizer adapter fits awesome over the mouthpiece for the Motar and into the 19mm bong.

    With most rosin vapes, you can't turn them upside down and reverse adapters were non-existant and the few that were available were very clumsy. This is very easy to operate.

    This is truely ON DEMAND rosin with water. No warm up time. One hit, then, almost instant cool down. I love the Motar and now, with the bong... OMG, this is my goto for rosin bong hits.

    Also in the background is a standard Greenlitevapes G9 with the standard mouthpiece turned upside down to, once again, fit a 19mm bong perfectly.

    Tips from the ol' Hack. ;)

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  7. Hackerman

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    OK, Mr. Peabody, set the wayback machine for 1969.

    Back in the 60's when I was a teenager, I hitch-hiked from Ohio to California to 'get my head together'. LMAO It was a popular thing to do back then. LOL

    At some point around Las Vegas I (actually we) were picked up in a VW microbus by a guy and his wife who owned a head shop somewhere around LA. Mind Your Head was the name of it, I'm pretty sure.

    They were totally cool (as were all people in the 60's) and they invited me and my 2 fellow hitch-hikers to stay with them for a couple days. They showed us around LA (I think he took us to Disneyland as well) and we went to his head shop and it was an 'Arlo Guthrie' experience, for sure.

    Anyway, his head shop also made and sold leather and it was so cool, I knew right then and there that I was going to be a leathersmith. LOL

    After spending the Summer in Cali, I hitched home and almost immediately went into the leather business with one of my hitch-hiker buddies and another friend. I rented a building, obtained credit, furnished the shop and was in business in almost no time. What's really funny is that I was signing leases, filing and signing company sales tax returns and all that other shit and.... I was barely over 16 years old. LMAO

    We had about a year or 2 of making belts and bags and jackets and having fun and getting high and making money.... well, OK, we never really made any money. LMAO. But, money didn't matter in the 60's. Only Peace and Love mattered back then. Gotta wonder what happened. :(

    Long story short, partnerships fail. Dreams become harsh reality. We all move on.

    Fast forward a half century.... today, me, Mr ex-leathersmith LMAO in my basement looking for something that I might wrap my E-nano with. A box marked, "Leather tools". OMG, where did this come from? LMAO Opened the box and.... this piece is the end of a belt that I made and that was sold in my leather shop and re-sized for the buyer. The little drop off, somehow ended up in the tool box. Flower belts were big back then. LOL The tools were all corroded. :(

    I couldn't find catgut and my stitcher was all rotten and corroded so I got some hemp thread from the Mrs and stitched it up by hand. Fits OK. Does a great job of keeping my hand from over-heating. And..... it provided a fond memory.

    I can't believe I'm so old. This stuff was so long ago I almost have no memory of it all. I wonder how that guy and his wife are doing? And.... Mind Your Head. LOL

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  8. Ramahs

    Ramahs Fucking Combustion (mostly) Since February 2017

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    Now, that's a quote I did not expect to find here. lol
     
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