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i heard one of the MCM magazines had a tutorial for a fixture that could hold windows in place while they dried any one got pictures or a how to to make one

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thats cool. i think i might try and find a craft or hobby store and make that while im camping. would be perfect for my 49 merc.

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I've made 2 so far. The second one was to change some from the first one and do a cleaner job with the epoxy. It came out great.

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got most of the materials today

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i plan on making a second one this is a great tool

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i scoffed until the picture. brilliant

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Very col idea. I'll be making one.

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I need to make one of these, It looks like a great tool.

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That's really nifty. :) I gotta make one of these.

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I'll stick to the old tape trick method myself.

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I'll stick to the old tape trick method myself.

I agree....looks like a great way to scratch glass with fun tack.

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I agree....looks like a great way to scratch glass with fun tack.

That's awesome, soon as I get settled into my new place I'm gonna make me a few.

An G Holding, go check out the link, it shows using ear plugs up against the glass, in place of the tack.

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Michael, You can call me Greg, or Mr. Holding, but unless you are meeting me at the airport, NEVER G Holding! I have probably scratched more glass than you've bought, and if I don't do a future dip and then scratch glass...oh well. I have used tape and white glue for years....No Thanks!

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My glass is just fine i dont use white glue i use future to glue my windows

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Looks great Frank ! I have used tape and white glue for years as the white glue is flexable and gives me a little more "oops" in handeling afterwords. Yours looks sweet and neat. I do dip my glass in future and it has cut back most of my issues, but glass and scratches will be my weak link.

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Cool looking tool, but l have used tape this long l will continue to use it...

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Cool I will have to give that a try.. do you thicken the Future? if so how? I have herd people thickening Future and using it as glue.

let it sit for a day but i put it on wet so it goes all around the window

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Wow! It's neat to see that this idea is getting used. The one in the pic looks great. You will find it can be expanded upon.

You guys couldn't find the foam ear plugs to put on the end? I got mine from work, but I figured you cold find them at home depot.

Scott

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