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 RE: Old Noblet
Author: Don Berger 
Date:   1999-09-08 00:08

Obviously I made a poor choice of words. What I meant was that if the bridge key structure [ top and/or bottom pieces] did not have "ears", as early cl's did not, there was the possibility of bending or breaking when assembling the UJ and LJ, if done carelessly [or without pressing the LH D ring to raise the UJ bridge], as I did early in my career. Sorry if I caused a communication problem re: a simple assembly step. Don

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Willie 1999-09-02 03:46 
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jim lande@ 1999-09-05 03:31 
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Willie 1999-09-07 02:03 
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