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RBF: Fitting and trimming a replacement tip section

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Posted 26 April 2014 - 08:10 AM

Well my buddy broke a tip section on a rainshadow blank and it's cheaper if I just buy a tip section from them than to send in for a replacement. Now they said I would have to trim and fit the tip section, curious what would all be involved? If it's just measuring the ID's and trimming to fit the bottom section that I am capable of, didn't know if there's any exotic things needed done.

Thanks Brian

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