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Old 01-11-2006, 06:00 PM   #1
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Got these in the mail today, should begin on clearing taillights very soon, definatley in time for Spring NEBF, maybe even in time for Jan 28th meet

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awesome....it will look great on the clear
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got it!
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I think you should blow off your brother and do them Saturday
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Funny topic. No joke...not even an hour ago I bought my first Dremel tool from Sears!
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Funny topic. No joke...not even an hour ago I bought my first Dremel tool from Sears!
if you dont have the flex shaft...get one
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Funny topic. No joke...not even an hour ago I bought my first Dremel tool from Sears!
if you dont have the flex shaft...get one
Came with it! And the little light that mounts to the tool.

Good luck with those tails!
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Funny topic. No joke...not even an hour ago I bought my first Dremel tool from Sears!
if you dont have the flex shaft...get one
that thing is great
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Toasty...if you don't have the flex shaft extension that Rob mentions...I er bought one after using it.

Awesome addition to a dremel. And so is that bit I used on the tails.
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Toasty...if you don't have the flex shaft extension that Rob mentions...I er bought one after using it.

Awesome addition to a dremel. And so is that bit I used on the tails.
ill have to keep that in mind, i wont need it for the tails.. but i should get one apparently
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