First off, appreciate your taking the time to type that.
Second. It's sorta funny. If the majority of the posters on this board had and used the two references you mentioned, a good 60% of the repetitious questions would not have to be asked.
Not only would the answer be right there before their very eyes, but it would be a "detailed" and "verifiable" response, not like some of the responses I see coming from some posters on this board.
There's a wealth of information to be obtained from these boards, but there's also a lot of "bad" information put out also. I guess, what I'm saying here, is a message board is no substitute for self study and real research.
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Thread: .120 Mild Steel Tubing Help
07-21-2009, 10:02 AM #22Senior Member
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