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Old 19 October 2008, 16:29   #21
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Just Googled toluene! Jesus you could end wars with that stuff!!!!
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Old 19 October 2008, 16:52   #22
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A double tube A frame?
No, a single tube A-frame. Does all you need-just don't lean on it too hard while having a leak over the side.
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Old 19 October 2008, 17:11   #23
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Ahh now you've brought up the reason I wanted an A frame!! So I can fit a wind direction indicator specially for Aiming when pishing in the wind!
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Ian & Rouge, thanks I'll look into that
Hey baby, you into neoprene as well
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glue removal.

I found a red scotch pad(more agressive than green) works really well.
i cut a circle out of a red scotchpad and mounted it on a rubber grinder backing pad with a bolt through and used it on a 3000 rpm mains drill
it cleans the glue off and only lightly buffs the hypalon, after which you can slop some toluene or cellulose thinners or evostick thinners over it and blend it into the surrounding area.
theres areas on my boat where i pulled the rope bags off and they are invisible now its weathered too.
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