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    Posted: 10 August 2004 at 4:43pm
Is it better to get the coiled remotes or the stainless steel ones, or does it not really make a difference?
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well coiled ones are more manuverable(i know i spelled that wrong) i would get the coiled remote
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Yes the coiled remotes are better.
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The steel ones are pretty bad for movement. Get a coiled one.

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But if you have no money, steel braided is the way to go.
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coiled ones won't make any noise either when you move with em.  You could go on ebay and find one for cheap if you are short on funds.

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coiled, get a coiled, i dont think i've ever seen any one with a steal remote. i think it would look stupid.

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ive got a coiled one, and yeh they are better, and ive heard if u have a remote, u dont need an x/chamber, is this tru? thnx

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Originally posted by 2k4kev 2k4kev wrote:

coiled, get a coiled, i dont think i've ever seen any one with a steal remote. i think it would look stupid.

Steel braided is all I see where I play at. Im planning on getting a remote soon, going to ask the people at the field and ask them in person what they think.

Ive heard good and bad for both so its prob just a matter of personal prefference.

 


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Get a coiled remote. And to whoever asked about the expansion chamber... a remote line works the same way as an x-chamber. It allows the liquid to change into a gas.
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^ ya u dont need one (x-core) but u can have it....
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all i see is coiled, and have one on my A-5, but i've never seen or used a steel hose, what ever is more comfortable.
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i seen a steel briaded and i like them better b/c u can still move well with them, and u dont get it tangled in branches and what not.

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Using the coiled remote is alot better than the steel braided remote...the coiled remote is covered wit a black vynil coating which is really helpful when playin in the woods, as fer the steel braided remote its too shiny and you could be seen very easily even if the sun wasnt out and its the same braided hose on most markers.
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I don't mean to steal the thread but I saw a 32 Degrees coiled remote at a shop near me and I know I can trust 32* but its only 29 dollars I don't know If I can trust that price I mean its the price of a steel but with the quality of coiled I just don't see it happenin So does anyone know if it's good or if it sucks. I've heard if you get steel ones they leak because they aren't made to be movved so much.
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