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In this instructable, you will make your own camelpak that you can carry around with you on your back. The biggest problem with carrying water bo...
There are four parts that go into the CamelPack. This is an apple juice bottle pictured here, but you could probably do it just as well with some smal...
You will also need, for tools, a drill, a pocketknife, and a backpack.
To do this, use the pocketknife to slowly whittle out a circle in the middle of the lid. stop when it is slightly smaller than the tube. Remember, you...
If you don't drill these, then you will constantly have to let the bottle reshape itself. Take the lid off of the tubing, put it under the drill press...
Stick the hose back in the lid, screw the lid on the bottle, and adjust the hose so it barely scrapes the bottom of the bottle. now tape around the ho...
Take your clothespin and attach it to the hose on the end, being careful to make sure no water can leak out. Then, stick it in a backpack, preferably ...
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Posted:Jan 19, 2009
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