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HDS EDC LED Flashlight Spring ONLY for 2 x 123 Battery Case or 1 x 17670 Battery Case

Part Number HDSBC2S
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HDS EDC LED Flashlight Spring ONLY for 2 x 123 Battery Case or 1 x 17670 Battery Case
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HDS EDC Flashlight parts. Lighthound has been fortunate to obtain a limited number of spare parts for the original HDS EDC flashlights. We are offering these parts as replacements for HDS EDC owners. These parts do NOT have any manufacturer warranty, but they are covered by a 1 year from date of purchase warranty from Lighthound, Inc.

This is a spare spring for the 2 x 123 case. The case includes a spring, this is only a spare.

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Rating works fine, could be longer
 
fits an extended tube with a 17670 battery. the unprotected 1800mAh battery was a little skinny for the tube and needed some shrink tube to prevent rattling. make sure the spring is properly stretched and twisted to stick out of both ends of the tube about 1/2". this will keep the spring in place to make contact at both ends. it can also help to disassemble both ends of the tube when swapping batteries.
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Reviewed by:  from Silicon Valley. - 10/4/2009
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