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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
The HUMIDITY is not a problem , you will find that the TEMP need to go up, 75 F.. is good, but 80 is better I think ,
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
As long as you don't mix things up , they will work for a long time , if you mix things up , by new , yes DNA will remove the markings, so don't clean just wipe with a clean paper towel , just use till the COWS COME HOME AS I SEE IT & do
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Lets hope they got there act together now, time will tell,
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
I don't know what you mean on load up on winding checks , but Mudhole has a box of them [ 50] of the BLACK ones , cost is cheep as I see it ,
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Roger I was looking at cost to set up , out of pocket & use what was there , not the size, different idea
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Roger if the man has a good battery on hand why buy a new one when you have a service one on hand , granter it is an over kill but cheep , as I see it could be wrong
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Move on with life you can't kill a DEAD HORSE , cut your losses , as I see it
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
A DC motor with a car battery a series resistor to set the speed of motor , an a car battery charger to keep it charges up , use as a PRIMARY an will work when the power goes off , not sure how long it will work have to time it a couple of times , if not sufficient time have a second battery charged up ready to switch out . other ways to do it but ? take more money to set it up , you coul
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
If the crane boom was made to bend like a fishing rod you might think some thing else , Phil, don't take this wrong , I am just pointing out that the BOOM don't bend, made to take the weight of the lift, as I see it
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Could Tom K. chime in on this ? I know I do it with a few coats of thread EPOXY an it comes out very well . don't know about the life of it { YEARS } ,
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
They are very poor at returning E mails, or phone calls, good luck , they are just not very customer orientated , as I see it , good luck
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Kevlar thread ???? color ??? more than YELLOW I think but not a ton , but more than Yellow , I don't know how the EPOXY works with it , let us know
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
An old saying the difference between a man an a boy is the cost of his TOY'S an don't take it wrong , we all do it
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Right on Herb on what you are saying , a phone call to them should help a lot as they both back what they sell
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
What ever blank you get, make sure you get a maker that supports the blank , not one that you can't get to , one that will contact you, check some of the old post an find out the best support I think ,
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
one is fairly hard the other is soft , with the use that glue joint would work against one another an would be more problems that just EVA or CORK altogether , I think , PS never have did it, just my 2 CTS on the question, could be wrong ,
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
what you should do !!! cut your loss an get good blank's, all l supplier's on the left will get you good blanks , my 2 CTS
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Mudhole steps up to the problem an takes care of it FAST I think great job "" MUD HOLE "" { BROOK }
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
SORRY >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
Go for it they are very comfortable you should not have a problem , I know I did not, a plug in the end ?? try AUTO plastic plugs , can be had at the local auto parts store , as well as the big box hardware the BLUE ONE has a few put the AUTO parts store has a book with about 100 different styles an a few different colors ,
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, big fingers sorry
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
just looking at photo's is not the best way , get your hands on it the best way
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
get a cheep BLANK to work on first an see how it comes out before you do it to a GOOd SAGE, I think, most of the jobbers on the left have cheep blanke to work on
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
it could be that the critter liked the cork fill that was used to fill the cork voids when the handle was made ,
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
up the TEMP to 80 F see if that will help
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
When you turn the bottle over do it slowly so the cap gets full with no bubbles near the tip of syringe some times a bubble will get trapped in the cap, also if you are loading a large syringe you will create a vacuum, an bubbles come in around the stopper . take an play with it an see where the bubble comes from ,
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
I am with phill. o what you want
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
what ever repair you make it will work very well for you , you will not be able to tell , & the repair plug INT. or EXT if you don't have a section the local 2nd time store should be able to get you a old rod to fill the need , I think
Forum: rodboard
1 year ago
Bill Sidney
As roger said use an old blank for the section added
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1 year ago
Bill Sidney
TAPE ? CLAMP ? it all depends on the size of fish BIG ? small ? both will work BUT ? FISH ???
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