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    answer for larry

    since i got over to my dad's today ol son, i took some measurements, and proof pics to answer the question you asked me. hope they help.
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    Somebody changing from a CMS to a SCMS??????
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    hey dano,, i need the number from the frnt of the fence to the wall at full extension.. looks to be around 14"???
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    hey dano,, i need the number from the frnt of the fence to the wall at full extension.. looks to be around 14"???
    Larry,
    You can measure mine for yourself when you get here tomorrow.
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    that will work
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    QUOTE=Jim DeLaney;246256]Larry,
    You can measure mine for yourself when you get here tomorrow.[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    QUOTE=Jim DeLaney;246256]Larry,
    You can measure mine for yourself when you get here tomorrow.
    [/QUOTE]

    Get your mind outta the gutter, Dan! I meant the SCMS setup.
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    sorry jim, hard not to when a: only awake for about half an hour, and b: when a line like that is served up fat over the plate....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Noren View Post
    sorry jim, hard not to when a: only awake for about half an hour, and b: when a line like that is served up fat over the plate....
    Yeah, I thought about that when I was writing it - and was wondering who'd take the bait.
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