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Old 05-15-2006, 11:15 PM   #1
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Lightbulb eureka "ive found it" QFD

alright, ive been involved in a senior tag match and borrowed 2 splashzookas to basically destroy all my competition. unfortunately my friend did not have a qfd, and mine was already hippie rigged with loctite super glue and duct tape to stop the qfd from spraying my feet.

long story short i lost the qfd in cleaning and after i had given up all hope of using the zooks again my brother calls me outside.to my astonishment he fills the damn things up with a water balloon nozzle that we have screwed onto the hose.

i am trying as hard as i can to get some pictures up of how its done and what it looks like it is my top priority.

(not exactly sure where to put this thread but i figured it would be most helpful in the repairs section.)
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Old 05-16-2006, 06:57 PM   #2
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I don't think I've said it to you yet, so "Welcome to Super Soaker Central."

I'm certainly interested in the pictures, mainly because I don't know much about QFD. A more permanent and reliable solution, however, is to mod the gun so that the hose or a homemade QFD can be used instead. However, if you ever need a working QFD, joannaardway currently has one for free at "Type 2 QFD offered." I'm surprised you haven't seen the thread, as it should have caught your eye very quickly indeed...
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