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  • Brave Man JM - -

    • Posted Nov 30, 2011 4:38 AM

      - - stripping down that far - do you have a jig of some kind or just patience for getting it all back together? happy.gif

      One of the reasons given by our Pro comrades for NOT working on Ticka's is just that, the non standard two plate design is a beast* (substitute suitable word from your own vocabulary) to get back together again. wink.gif

      I have a vague recollection there was a jig used in the repairs section of the Dundee plant when I visited to service some of the machinery in the despatch room, but I wasn't really interested enough to see exactly what the girls were doing in repairs - - it was next door through a glass partition.

      If there were jigs, I bet they were just tossed out and never seen again sad.gif

      e~gards

      Mel

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