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    Nov 2004
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    Fix for my broken coil ears

    Broke my 12" coil ears off a few weeks back and put it back together with some blocks of plastic and some tie wraps. I cut the blocks with table saw and tie wrapped to the top end of the coil. my thoughts were that this would be better balanced. Other than a little added weight, seems pretty good. I like it that the coil is better balanced. At least I can still use the coil!
    Last edited by mdmike; Nov 26, 2017 at 04:36 PM. Reason: dont see photos

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