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what to use for stainless steel braided lines?

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looking for something that can be used to represent braided lines for nitrious and fuel and maybe water hoses ect anyone have any idea

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Michaels Arts and Craft stores sell all sizes of braided wire , and cheap

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As mentioned by Jeff, I would go with Pro-Tech for braided lines and fittings. Some of his other products are great to as I have used some on some of my builds.

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Pro Tech is the best braided line in the business hands down. Plus Charlie is a great guy to do business with. You can't go wrong.

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thank you all very much i love the pro tech will have to try that out but i will check the art store first i havent been to a michaels yet hobby lobby and acmoore didnt have anything close

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Please post questions in the Question and Answer section, not in the Tips section.

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I've seen the Pro Tech line and it is hands down the most accurate for the scale , but if 100% accuracy is not required, look in the beading isle at Micheals . they have a couple different sizes that fit the bill for me

Everything show here came from that isle, the beads themselfe I am not 100% happy with the sizes and may change them, or may not

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Also check out braided elastic cord, in various sizes at your local craft or sewing supply stores, color it with a silver sharpie....or, look at your (and be - uh, DISCREET here)venetian blinds - they have a cord you use to adjust the angle of the blind, and usually have 2 or 3 feet you can trim and use for braided line....Having said that,Pro Tech is the most realistic and easiest to use of the aftermarket stuff I have seen....'Z'

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