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Thread: What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

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    Default What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

    Hey all, I'm curious what CPF members do awesome Trit mod work? Are there any links to particular member's mods/work?

    If this is a duplicate thread, please feel free to point me in the right direction.

    Many thanks.
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    Default Re: What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

    I would like to know as well

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    Default Re: What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

    Any info would be much appreciated.
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    Default Re: What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

    I would like to know as well
    Good Luck, Fat Boy

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    Me too

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    I'm shocked no one has replied with an answer. Count me as interested, too!

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    Default Re: What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

    Installing trits in titanium lights? Well, the guru has to be Jeff Hanko. As of now, there are fewer than a handful of people on CPF who actually offer trit slot milling. Installing the tritium vials is easy enough. Though to find someone to do the slot milling is not easy.

    Have fun, guys!

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    Default Re: What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

    I'd love to buy a tritium modded light too. The more people who register an interest here, the more chance we have someone will come along and offer.

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    Default Re: What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

    Quote Originally Posted by tracerfire View Post
    I'd love to buy a tritium modded light too. The more people who register an interest here, the more chance we have someone will come along and offer.
    Then buy a tritium modded light. You can buy one used at the sales thread. Or you can commission one of the custom builders to craft a light for you. Or you could find a builder to mod an existing light to mill trits slots.

    If you have a desire for Tritium modded lights, it is as simple as contacting Fred Pilon or Jeff Hanko.
    Tell them what you desire.
    Say 'Take My Money, Please!'
    Wait a couple or a few months.
    Voila! Tritium modded light in hand.

    Of course, this is for Titanium or more exotic lights.
    There are also ready designed lights with trits slots available or trits already installed for you - offerings from Cool Fall, Tain, TnC, MBI.

    There are also parts makers that offer components of lights with trits slots as part of the design :- Oveready, Cryos.

    No, you don't have to wait for people to register interest. It is already happening. For a pretty long time actually.
    This tread has been around since 2008... Go check it out:-
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...ts-with-trits!

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    Default Re: What CPF Members Install Trits in Ti Lights?

    Quote Originally Posted by jonwkng View Post
    ... Well, the guru has to be Jeff Hanko.
    +1

    Jeff is great to work with. I highly recommend him. His email is jeffhanko AT gmail DOT com
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