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6 weeks ago
Travis W Thompson
jon tobey Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Funny, I specifically put "not on e Bay" in my > original message (I've been looking there for a > while, not fly rod sized, and they are coming from > China.) but it got randomized into a bunch of > nonsense letters. But yes, something just like > that. They filter out websites such
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6 weeks ago
Travis W Thompson
140pc OEM Rod Building Wrapping Aluminum colored Winding checks Kit on e B a y
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6 weeks ago
Travis W Thompson
You can also use Google site search feature like this site:https ://www.rodbuilding.org/ NFC Note: I added space after https to show just text and not make it a link Howto info What you get
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7 weeks ago
Travis W Thompson
Can use something like this
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2 months ago
Travis W Thompson
Thanks for the information Ken Travis
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2 months ago
Travis W Thompson
Are there any updates on the variable speed pedal?
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7 months ago
Travis W Thompson
Might try and contact them here Gabriel Hwang Hitena USA LLC gabriel@hitenausa.com
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8 months ago
Travis W Thompson
chris c nash Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > If you plan on constructing lots and lots of rods > then a power wrapper makes sense . > > > A saw somebody selling one in the "For sale" > section . > > > "Selling Flex Coat OEM Power Rod Wrapper for $375. > I purchased this rod wrapper new. It was used to
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8 months ago
Travis W Thompson
Kevin Fiant Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I think it is OK to give a shoutout on here for a > Podcast on the subject of Rod Building since it is > being created by one of the forum sponsors. > Anyhow, really been enjoying listening to the > Mastering Rod Building podcast. Have had several > great guests and have been learning some thin
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9 months ago
Travis W Thompson
They all look okay, but I'm not a fan of the checkerboard look of most of the carbon fiber grips, but the ones that have more of a single-color look are the ones I'd use.
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10 months ago
Travis W Thompson
"Thumbs Up"
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10 months ago
Travis W Thompson

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10 months ago
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
Same thing for me...
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
I took a look at the tool in the photo section, looked handy
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
I want one of these… Or make one, if I knew how?
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson

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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
Nice work!
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
Thumbs up!
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
roger wilson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > out+uniform&oq=pictures+of+cub+scout+uniform&aqs=c > hrome..69i57j0i22i30l3j0i390i650l4.5727j0j7&source > id=chrome&ie=UTF-8#imgrc=pIsABW6oDmvFTM > > I would think that blue main wrap with yellow and > red trim would be great for such a rod. > > Best wishes N
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
Yes,
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
????
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
Bob Foster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I used the tension rod from my crb hand wrapper. I > drilled a small hole at an angle towards the rear > of the carriage. When the rod is bent over i comes > down in line with the two "goal posts". I added > two eyelets in front of the goal posts. The thread > comes around the post, thru
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
Bob Foster Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I used the tension rod from my crb hand wrapper. I > drilled a small hole at an angle towards the rear > of the carriage. When the rod is bent over i comes > down in line with the two "goal posts". I added > two eyelets in front of the goal posts. The thread > comes around the post, thru
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1 year ago
Travis W Thompson
I bought some of these but have yet to try them
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2 years ago
Travis W Thompson
"The other way to do it is to buy your own software and hire a hosting company to maintain and supply the site. That's how I went about it. This is an expensive way to do things but it gives you total control over what appears on your forum. You actually own the forum but you also foot the bill for updates, changes, maintenance, new servers, etc. I have always priced the sponsor fee (about a
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2 years ago
Travis W Thompson
Sounds like a nice setup!
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2 years ago
Travis W Thompson
I know an Old post... but just the Answer I was looking for!
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6 years ago
Travis W Thompson
I have 2 Rainshadow REVS610MXF-SB Blanks to do. The selection was based in reasonable priced good DS rods. This is a replacement for the "beloved" Batson ISB822.5
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6 years ago
Travis W Thompson
I made a set of reverse pilot bits that have worked well. You can buy them from Flexcoat, buy a copy of Rod Builder mag where they tell you how to make them >>>or just wing it like me.<<< Just a little thought and some time on the belt sander and you can make your own. I used Bosch "Daredevil Extended Length Spade Bits" they're a twisted spade bit which made sanding
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