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  1. #11
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    The scrolls appear to be premade panels from King Metals.

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    I can't understand why people have to lie or exaggerate on the posts. I think most of us are here to learn, exchange ideas, or help others new to the trade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamrock1123 View Post
    I can't understand why people have to lie or exaggerate on the posts. I think most of us are here to learn, exchange ideas, or help others new to the trade.
    What am I Missing, Who's Lieing, Exaggerating ??

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    who ever did it how did you bend the top rail
    the scrolls are from king this is what it working on
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    Last edited by BC Iron works; 06-06-2009 at 11:02 PM.

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    more pics of the job
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  6. #16
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    very nice work.

  7. #17
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    Here is a set of custom rails I built a few years ago. The "architecturals" were from King. Good people to deal with.
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    Thumbs up Job done Good

    Quote Originally Posted by BC Iron works View Post
    more pics of the job
    Well BC it looks to me that you did a great job. I am sure the house owner like it as well. Bob

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    Thumbs up All in a days work.!~!~!~!

    Quote Originally Posted by Aeroweld View Post
    Here is a set of custom rails I built a few years ago. The "architecturals" were from King. Good people to deal with.
    Hey there Aeroweld: Looks like you had your hands full for at least a few hours . I bet the property owner like it as well. I too have bought from king. Its something what people will buy for their homes..Different strokes for different folks......Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamrock1123 View Post
    I think most of us are here to learn, exchange ideas, or help others new to the trade.
    That's how this forum USED to be. The flame throwers ruined it a couple of years ago. The railing job looks great to me and I have no reason to believe the original poster didn't do the job as claimed.

    Miller admins, as long as I'm stepping in it let me also relate my displeasure for the tiny pics you allow now. It's almost impossible to see much detail in most of them.
    Last edited by Jim-TX; 06-10-2009 at 07:22 PM. Reason: I thought of something else to add
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