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    Senior Member rysher's Avatar
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    a pic worth a thousand #$%^ &&**!@(

    7 hours work down the drain :(
    while packing the threads and getting the crossing points straightened and aligned, a few threads broke.
    it's 1:30AM and i'm @#^*&
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    Holy crap that sucks!!

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    That sucks!

    Done something like that before, broke the wrapping thread while trimming/tightening a snook weave. Tried to tie off the end and restart the last 2 steps. Looked like crap so ended off cutting it off. That was only 3 hours of work though.

    What do you use to pack?

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    I feel your pain!!!! What a bummer.

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    OMG

    Sorry to see that.

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    BOING!!! Damn if I don't hate that. Been there done it more than my share of times. I feel your pain. Badass fade too.

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    So what were you using as a tool that cut the thread?

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    I give up when that happens.

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