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    My Catch Can

    Since the weather was lousy and I had one of those 96's the marines are so fond of I decided to buy all the parts and build a catch can. Total cost was around 35 Bucks with the pvc primer, glue and a filter. I guess prices have gone up. Here's how it turned out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaGoat View Post
    Since the weather was lousy and I had one of those 96's the marines are so fond of I decided to buy all the parts and build a catch can. Total cost was around 35 Bucks with the pvc primer, glue and a filter. I guess prices have gone up. Here's how it turned out.
    Nice job!! Should last a long time...

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    Nice!! Y paint it with krylon fusion or what?

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    It was a can of Rustoleum appliance epoxy I had in the garage. I didn't want to spend anymore money on it. It's only good to something like 200 degrees but I figured that was good enough.

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    Looks good. I have the same thing that didn't turn out that nice.

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    that came out great

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    Very Nice!!!

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    Fine job! great design..

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    Going to do it this weekend. NICE WORK

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    I used an exacto knife to knock the mold lines off and then sanded the pvc with 240 grit to take off the shine. I'm happy with it. Thanks for the compliments.

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