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    Quote Originally Posted by Haroldg48 View Post
    A good day's labor, I'd say!
    Very satisfying indeed
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    Those pics, make the scales look thick?
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    Nice job Mike. Miller Time!
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    Oh yeah!
    You're getting better and better.. man getting done that quick is something I've been really wanting to get down.
    That's exactly what I was thinking yesterday, if I could just speed up the process while maintaining quality.. exactly what you're doing! Right on man, looks great.
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    Well, like Tom, I have been busy with some important things. It is now 1:33am & I will continue this tomorrow, or should I say later today but I got a lotta crap to get done but I'll be back on it! My back is killin' me.....................
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    Wonderful job on those scales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB52 View Post
    Nice job Mike. Miller Time!
    Corona with lime
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    Quote Originally Posted by outback View Post
    Corona with lime
    Fancy gourmet mexicano!!
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    I tried a new way of thinning the scales by hand.
    It worked very well.
    And very fast.
    Distribution of wiegh is even.
    Double two pieces of painters tape.
    Stick one to one side of flat wood, one to the other.
    Then stick the scale to one side, the other to your hand, the heal worked best.
    Sand on flat sand block.
    About 15 min. to thin.
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    [QUOTE=outback;1539793]I tried a new way of thinning the scales by hand.
    It worked very well.
    And very fast.
    Distribution of wiegh is even.
    Double two pieces of painters tape.
    Stick one to one side of flat wood, one to the other.
    Then stick the scale to one side, the other to your hand, the heal worked best.
    Sand on flat sand block.
    About 15 min. to thin.

    Lookin' good Mike. Great job!
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