CabKing drip pan tubing
This replacement CabKing drip pan tubing is an essential part of our clean water circulatory system. They drain all of the used, dirty water collected in the drip pans on the CabKing 6" cabbing machine and the CabKing 8" cabbing machine.
These drip pan tubes connect to the back of the drip pans and include the clasps (as shown in the picture). Tubes measure 5'4" in length; 1/2" inner diameter X 5/8" outer diameter. We offer two types of drip pan tubing material; corrugated and PVC. The corrugated bends easier, while the PVC is stiffer. If you are unsure as to what type of tubing you should purchase, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (630) 366-6129.
CabKing drip pan tubing is sold in 2pc sets only
Important note: The CabKing drip pan tubing is a genuine CabKing part and designed to be used only on authentic CabKing machines. They are not compatible with other cabbing units.
The original tubing and rubber gasket/ coupling
Finally gave out so I bought replacement and the tubing is week. It's thinner and made cheaply.
The rubber gasket will not slip on the extender piece. The tubing is week so when you do try to get it on the gasket it just bends and so thin it won't push on or stay on even with clamps.
Do better. I'd rather pay 30$ for new tubing and equipment attachments than going to 3 stores trying to come up with solutions.
Hi Charity - We are sorry to hear that you are unhappy with the replacement drip pan tubing you received. Our customer service team emailed you separately on October 23rd. We encourage you to take a look at that email or reach out to us so that we can make it right for you. Our email address is email@example.com and our phone number is (630) 366-6129.
Hopefully this tubing won’t get brittle and crack as the first tubing did. It feels more supple than what came with my machine.
I'm giving these 3 stars because they have lasted me 3 years, however, they don't fit onto the tray back very well. Mine are clamped at the VERY end of the adapter and easily slip off. This creates a HUGE mess on the wall and floor under my machine. After the second time it happened, I place a heavy towel under my fresh and waste buckets so it doesn't ruin the floor. It's an absolute nightmare mess that happens about every other month. Mine are just now becoming brittle and I am going to go to the hardware store to see if I can find something that fits better.
This was my third set, the other two becoming rigid and them shattering in the sun through the window. The second set did not even last 18 months. Would it kill you to make it either UV resistant or even out of something more substantial like vinyl tubing or some such?