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How to tell between 14.5 mm / 18.8mm


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My bong isn't the best bong (paid 40$ on GC) but it has a ice chamber and it makes the hits extra smooth. I was thinking about buying an ash catcher to enhance the smoothness even more.


But on GC it doesn't list the bong as being 14.5 mm or 18.8mm.. Is there a way I can tell? I don't have a ruler with MM on it only inches

Glass icebong - Dutch - Grasscity.com

thats the bong

It rips so nice would totally recommend.. now I want to put an ash catcher on it

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Print one off the internetzs

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post an upclose pic of the joint.

if you can't, then put your pinky in it. if your whole pinky fits, it's 18.8 or you have some smallass hands.

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i can fit my pinky in a 14.5mm, it's not that small.

but you wont be able to fit your thumb in a 14.5mm, the 18.8mm you will be able too.

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14.5 MM or 18.8? Got pics for you guys. Also do ash catchers even improve the smoke smoothness much? Even if it doesn't I still want one cause I think they look awesome.

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most definately 14.5

and depending on the ashcatcher you get, the hit is smoother. a one-piece wont really do much outside of catch ash, but an inline will make the hit 100x smoother.

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most definately 14.5

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Agreed

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i hav a question is 14.5 and 18.8 like the only size joints or just the most common or what

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definitely 14.5 because the downstem is skinny.

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14.5 and 18.8 are the two standard sizes for glass on glass joints

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roor and a few other companies make joints larger than 18mm roor has 29.2mm joint... they typically put larger joints on higher volume pieces for a smoother more even pull. more airflow more volume. makes larger pieces easier to clear... your piece is a 14.5. id either get an inline or a perced a/c... both will make it hit so much smoother.




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