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 Re: Banding Crack Repair
Author: Steven Ocone 2017
Date:   2019-05-03 20:26

I always open the top of the crack and glue. The reason to open the crack is to make it easier for the glue to run into the crack instead of everywhere else.
I almost always use threaded metal rod, but I've been doing it so long that it is easy for me and less work. I've experimented with carbon fiber pins. These are easier to install and not as much of a problem if you screw up.

Steven Ocone
Ann & Steve's Music

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