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    Default Tailcap options for a Ultrafire WF-500

    Are there any better tailcaps available out there for a ultrafire wf500? If so, where?

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    Default Re: Tailcap options for a Ultrafire WF-500

    What would you like to be better about it? It's pretty much a fail proof tailcap imho...

    A while ago I lego'd the 2 stage clicky tailcap from my EYJ light on there. It fits but will need a resistor that can take large current.

    Check this thread for images.

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    Default Re: Tailcap options for a Ultrafire WF-500

    I had a twist on that came with mine that realy stunk..Bought a Clicky from Lighthound and have had no problems since...good luck...

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    Default Re: Tailcap options for a Ultrafire WF-500

    My clickie has been no problem.
    The Phaser: A nice EDC with great throw; heat and runtime can be issues.

    Best Diffusion Film!

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    Default Re: Tailcap options for a Ultrafire WF-500

    I had some problems with my original clickie. The insides kept backing out. I used some blue locktite on the threads and it has not came out since. Seems to work fine now. I will definitely look at the ones mentioned from lighthound.

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    Default Re: Tailcap options for a Ultrafire WF-500

    Mine, bought from Lighthound, came with the twisty. No problems in 6 months of regular use.

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