pitot static lines

Will K

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I'm upgrading the panel in my Colt and getting ready for the fun part of putting everything back together. Do you prefer Poly flow or Nyla-flo tubing for the pitot and static lines or is there really no difference between the two?
 
I have a 1959 Tri-Pacer which, I think, has copper tubing cross-tying the static ports together. Other than that, I think aluminum tubing is used except for the wing/fuselage connection, which is rubber.
Also, maybe this thread will help?
 
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I'm upgrading the panel in my Colt and getting ready for the fun part of putting everything back together. Do you prefer Poly flow or Nyla-flo tubing for the pitot and static lines or is there really no difference between the two?
I use one of them on panel upgrades but don't remember which.
 
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