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Old 01-31-2013, 05:09 PM
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James,

The reason I mentioned MAPP gas is because that is what one of the guys with Lightingshrink (Jeremy) suggested.

I very much respect your opinion.......so now I am confused as to which one to use.

Any further thoughts?

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ROS
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James,

The reason I mentioned MAPP gas is because that is what one of the guys with Lightingshrink (Jeremy) suggested.

I very much respect your opinion.......so now I am confused as to which one to use.

Any further thoughts?

Thanks,

ROS
Sure, but a top quality Benzomatic trigger torch and one can of MAPP and one can of Propane. Try both and go with the one you like most!
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Old 02-20-2013, 03:28 PM
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I use Map gas for Lightingshrink connections..... Others who have posted are right about most most typical heatshrink..... Lightingshrink is tougher and has more gasket oozing material than most.
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