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Old 07 January 2019, 10:22   #11
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with the wood i put a hole each end thread a bit of bugee through tie tight never moves then
I'm genuinely annoyed for not thinking of that obvious solution for holding it in! Thanks again.
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I'm genuinely annoyed for not thinking of that obvious solution for holding it in! Thanks again.
well we've both learned something today
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+1 for the wood....

I've cut some grooves & rounded corners on mine so the weight of the engine is taken by the clamp ratherthan a point load on some part of the corner of the wood....
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