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Hayseed1776: is there anywhere I can get some new grommets mine are wore out and burnt now ,I need some new ones,,ty

resilientkid: not sure if someone else said this, but using organic cotton over silica for a wick will make another night and day difference. Right now some people are even contemplating Rayon fibers, but if you haven't tried cotton yet in your tanks, do yourself a favor and learn to thread some organic cotton through the coil after you pull out the silica. Holy. CRAP. Difference in vapor and flavor is night and day in itself. 

smitty smith: Oh man, I've been looking for this for quite some time now. Smoking the T3 bottom feeder for over two years now I've spend more money on replacable anomizers then I spent on the tank and batteries. Dude this is the BOMB. I can't wait to check out the new taste, If this works, I might even lower my nicotine mg. HAHAHA. 

Josh Nance: There are no vids for the Kanger t3d(dual coil) rebuild. Any plans on making a vid? You have the best quality rebuild vid out there btw. Great cam, good voice, very good explanation. Thanks for the vid. I bought some kanger t3s with 32ga and ekowool 3mm and 2mm. So if nothing else ill just be rebuilding my single coils. A whole whole lot easier from what ive seen any way. Again, thanks for the vid

Tim Watson: @Snaredrummer88 I purchased the 32 gauge Kanthal A1 wire along with some 3mm silica wick and it tastes really bad. Tried boiling the wick and it still tastes horrible. Thoughts?

Patchyman253: Okay, is anyone else just NOT able to get that rubber grommet back into place? I tried everything after taking it out; using some eliquid, thinner pliers, everything, and it just will not pop back into place. 

Mars Barger: Any idea where I can find some 510 Rubber Insulator/Grommets?

Felipe Orozco: Thanks a lot, I just bought a kangertech T3S tank and my wick was starting to bubble and pull dry hits, it was a synthetic wic which I do not like, again thank you.

kingri1: LOL at the cost of 2 dollars for a new coil, my time is valuable enough not to waste it on doing a rebuild. I mean even if you value time in labor at $20 per hour, just doing the math tells you that if it takes you over 6 minutes to do the rebuild you have gained nothing. And that doesnt include the price of tools or other materials. I buy brand new coils in a box of 5 for $10 bucks, to me rebuilding old ones seems just silly. Better things to do with my time. 

cecil williams: Thanks for sharing. All that work makes me want to go back to smoking.

DR - M: Can I burn/damage my battery if my coil resistance isn't right high or low (cus don't have a resistance meter) ,,,or i can just do trial and error ,

Felipe Orozco: Thanks a lot, I just bought a kangertech T3S tank and my wick was starting to bubble and pull dry hits, it was a synthetic wic which I do not like, again thank you.

Doug Peddicord: Just did my first rebuild, and I am so stoked. The wick and wire cost about the same as a new tank, and now I can rebuild it when I need to for a very long time. Not to mention the difference in taste! Holy crap. What a difference. I was thinking my last juice purchase was a bad decision, but after the rebuild it tastes amazing!I can't believe I wasted so much money on those disposable clearos for over a year. They last like a week if your lucky. Thanks so much for this video. So happy I stumbled apon it.

Henry Wisniewski: thanks

Jesus Cervantes: Well that does not look like my aero tank at all is it fake cause mine did came with the code on the side 

Anthony Kratz: Thank's a ton for this video. Very Helpful! The t3's I purchased from the local vape shop burn out too fast, this will save a ton of money

MrDariuzzo26: ooohhh finally an hd and accurate video...thank you so much..good good guy!! thanks for sharing

ducktor101: thanks for sharing! I have a question: when I tried to rebuild a T3, it worked perfectly- tested the resistance, poured some juice on it and fired it, and it worked perfectly right up to the point where it was submerged in e-liquid... then it shorted out. could you please help me understand what went wrong? I do not have a lot of experience at rebuilding, but wish to learn. thank you! 

John Cartwright: I have been successful at rebuilding the kanger AERO/Protank3 coils using 26 gauge wire at 0.2 to 1.0 ohms. The gauge of wire is harder to put in the small base and will usually break the rubber grommet especially if you do a twisted 26 gauge coil however if you run the positive side of the coil straight to the contact through the center pin the rubber grommet will not break. Also I found these do not have enough airflow to fix the problem you have to drill holes. If a little time and patience is taken these will hit HARD!!!

Fernando Orantes: Does it work for the AeroTank also?

Kevin Cody: what gauge + wraps = ohms, please? TIA and great vid!

jman21611: Nice vid I didn't even know you could rebuild this model

james batts: You are way off in your ideas about the flavor wicks. When using thicker juice or chain vaping. Use no wicks at all. Or maybe just one. removing them does non cause gurgling. At least that has been mine and many other peoples experience. Just my .02. You may know something about this that I don't know. Sorry if I came off harsh. No disrespect intended. 

Khalid Abdullah: I just bought a 10' Silica Wick + Bonus 32 Gauge 10' Kanthal from you Ebay store, when I saw this video I couldn't wait to have them to take a shout in my kanger clearmizer rebuild hope It's work, thanks man

Stark Duality: Excellent video!

JDReNo1: Just did my first attempt and got around 1.5 burnt taste at first which has gone now. Thanks a lot for the video man it helps me to keep the cost of vaping down!

tlcode: Easier if you remove the head from the base

Tyler Troutt: Hey I have on thing to ask you. I have the Kanger Evod kit. With the standard tank that comes with it. Looking through your videos there is one rebuild in which you use 2mm wick and in this video you use 3mm wick.. I bought 3mm wick and upon inspection of my old coils today I found that the original wick is considerably smaller than 2mm. Do i need to get the 2mm to rebuild these coils or will the 3mm work fine. I Vape juices high in PG so they are a bit thinner than the higher VG juices. Thanks for your answer in advance.

TheElevatedSoul: It works!! I was a little afraid to vape after I did this, but all fingers are still intact. I don't see how you got that rubber piece in doing it that way. It is much easier taking it all the way apart. 

Vapor Gal: Rebuild Your MT3, eVod and ProTank Coils yourself at home!

Michael Levi: Just want to say thanks for the awesome tutorial. Just completed my first rebuild, needless to say, from the parts that I somehow managed to buy off ebay from you. I did not do this on purpose either, you really do have the best prices on ebay at the time. Only after I watched your video to double check the steps, I happened to look at my receipt to see your username. Thanks again and keep on vaping!

Thong Vu: I like your ohm meter. :)

Christopher John: @Hayseed you can buy that same ohm meter at madvapes.com as for the burnt taste; did you oxidize the wire by heating with a lighter before you wrapped iit ?? or it may be wrapped too tight.. just my 2 cents and I'm sure snaredrummer. will have more advice...

Sean Hanson: The ohms / resistance have little to do with the unit and more to do with the voltage. 5-6 wraps around with the coil give me 1.4 - 1.6 ohms, which is perfect for a standard ego battery without variable voltage control. Those batteries run about 3.3v , 1.4 - 1.6 is the sweet spot in my opinion for that voltage. With 4 wraps, you may be getting somewhere around 1.2 which may be a little hot. Keep playing with it and I'm sure you'll get it.

Sean Hanson: Could you elaborate?

Hayseed1776: how often do you have to rebuild your coils..? thanks or how long does a coil last..

Sean Hanson: The gauge of the wire and the length. The gauge will play more to the resistance though. Thicker wire means lower resistance. Thing of it like water in pipes, bigger pipes, more water flow. Smaller pipes, much less flow and more resistance.

David Kang: i followed these instructions but im getting a burnt plasticy or rubber taste. anyone know what im doing wrong?

JulianCesero: Thank you sir.

Sean Hanson: I'm removing strands from the 3mm wick to serve as the flavor wick, for a total of 3mm wick in that hole. Alternatively you could use 2mm coiled wick, w/ 2x 1mm flavor wicks. I really wouldn't use a combination that would result in more than 4mm total wick in the hole. Either configuration has worked well for me, and kept up with my habit :-)

Sean Hanson: Try more wraps, somewhere between 6 and 8

T G Marshall: Can you clarify on the wire you used and where to get it please?

Sean Hanson: Try torching the wick and coil together. Check out my protank video.

mikeysdevilish: Any one have an idea what i am doing wrong? I am using 30g wire I even tryed no wick today and no matter what I do I get "LOW LOAD" on my Z-max... I have done this so many times I can do it blind folded but same results each time please help.

Tyler Phillips: hey man awesome video, i used this technique on my protank and it came out to a perfect 1.4 ohms however its wicking pretty crapty n it takes burt, ive changed my wicks out n its not any better, and ideas??

Renea Spoon: That was the coolest Video. I'm not sure i could do it but now I know how thank you.

52Shriek: Great video! I just finished rebuilding a Volt T3 (Kanger clone with 808D threads). Works great. I have to say without your help I would've gotten pretty frustrated attempting this lol.

Dave Maher: Really great video. I have a Ego-CTwist, what wire should I use for the coile? Tks.

Mike Gagliano: Super informative. This definitely helps with using standard eco-c batteries, lot more vapor.

premsig2: Thanks for the vid. Attempted my first rebuilds today after watching this. Finding it tough to get neat coils, but I guess this will come with practice. The first attempt shorted, but the second works great. Tried a slight difference to your instructions on the second one. I trimmed the ground wire after putting in the rubber plug, before putting the metal plug back, and maybe I was able to cut it closer, thus avoiding any risk of shorting. Just a thought, and seems to work fine.
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