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5 months ago
Bill Sidney
from what I know, [ not much ] , the milky color comes from water / moisture got into your thread some how, it did not have A good sealed , could be wrong but don't think so .
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6 months ago
Bill Sidney
Utmost they treat you well, are good people, will go the extra mile to help you
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6 months ago
Bill Sidney
it sounds like you did not get a good seal coat on the thread some how , as that is what happens with out thread sealer on it , [ thread gets dark ]
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7 months ago
Bill Sidney
good luck on that one Mark
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7 months ago
Bill Sidney
Talk to Mud hole , they did handle tubes with cloth on plastic tubes , they contracted it out , an could get the metal tubes on a special order from there supplier , engraving ? try a local shop ,
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7 months ago
Bill Sidney
As I see it Hitena thread is best on the market today ,
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8 months ago
Bill Sidney
what did the SAGE web site say to start with , an move it around some to get what you want , good luck do fill us in o what you did on the blank
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8 months ago
Bill Sidney
use the PHOTOS section on this web site so we can all see it PLEASE
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8 months ago
Bill Sidney
I used Amazon for the head mount , with Office depot for the LED mag light for the bench mount, , both work great
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8 months ago
Bill Sidney
Salt water ROD go REC or SS it will save in the long run never have to change them , to change guides it is a pain in the butt to me as I don't build that much now , have to dig it out before I do a guide job
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8 months ago
Bill Sidney
Thanks LYNN
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8 months ago
Bill Sidney
I have a fool question what do you consider DRAGON SCALE ? is it a thread wrap? or what ?
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8 months ago
Bill Sidney
work slow an try to keep the reamer as cool an you can it will last longer , , heat is not a friend to reamers
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8 months ago
Bill Sidney
use C.P. first to seal
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9 months ago
Bill Sidney
I contacted Billy an was told he no longer handles the jig's, is there any other place or person that has some for sale ? thanks for the help
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9 months ago
Bill Sidney
I have not used one , but it sure looks good an also save floor space ,
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9 months ago
Bill Sidney
I am looking for some different than what mud hole has to offer, I have there 4 jigs looking for some different ones , have looked at amazon , an E bay , have not found any different than what Mud hole sells , as I said I have there jugs, looking for different ones , point me in the direction if you can , Thanks
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9 months ago
Bill Sidney
The Kerf of the blade is where I have my problem it is a lot thinner than the slots that are in my jigs [ got it off Amazon ], I have tried many saw blades still looking for a good one [ SIZE ] have not found the best one . use business cards wrk fine in place of RAZOR blades , as the rings walk in side of the jig I use bolt an washers to make sure it will not move , Lowes have a large sele
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9 months ago
Bill Sidney
Dremal tool an set of diamond bits from a large 5 &10 store on the web . about a dozen for about $10 [ all different shapes ] should last a life time Amazon bit set , SE diamond bits, 20 for less than $ 7 [ prime ] a set of 20 bits different shapes [ cheep ] there are better but these will last a long time [ they have for me ]
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9 months ago
Bill Sidney
just think the cost of the blank is they made sure that all the fiber cuts were the same, an the glue that holds the fiber to be the same amount , , same thickness 5 % is not a bad mark as I see it
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9 months ago
Bill Sidney
because the cork moves a little when cutting it , an the tool that you use has a slot in that you put the saw blade, an you saw on one side of slot one time then the other side of slot the next time your patten will walk, , I have yet to find a way to cut the rings , so I would be happy with the out come , PS The smaller the pie slice shape the more it will show's up , a real thin saw
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9 months ago
Bill Sidney
DNA works very well for the test an dry's extremely fast , you might think about for the test instead of water
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10 months ago
Bill Sidney
you can put a little sparkle in the epoxy to change the appearance, most craft stores have little packs or jars of sparkle you can add to your mix , A few different colors .
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10 months ago
Bill Sidney
looks like NFC is improving , lets give credit to there operation ,
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10 months ago
Bill Sidney
some thing different ??? try a spiral wrap it is just what you need on a trolling rod , the rod in the holder it will not want to roll nearly as much with the spiral wrap , I think , could be wrong
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10 months ago
Bill Sidney
what was the question ????? I got lost ,
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10 months ago
Bill Sidney
what was the question ????? I got lost ,
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10 months ago
Bill Sidney
no problem , I would not apply Flex coat to your wraps till warmed up , out side of that , no problem , just kidding go to it , warm up before building , I think
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10 months ago
Bill Sidney
try this one lots out there under SDS SDS / MSDS Database Search - Safety Data Sheets Library | MSDSonline ] try this [
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11 months ago
Bill Sidney
what type fish are you after PAN size or Lakers ? or bigger ? in a tent / house or on the ice ?
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