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What this board is for.
« on: July 19, 2008, 07:34:48 PM »
While thinking about starting a topic regarding fastener sizes, types and what they fit I found I really did not have a place to put such a topic.  So, I created this resources board.  I am sure we have existing topics which can go here so as I, Gil and Steve run across them we will move them here.  We want to keep the chatter/number of replies down, so what we will do is once someone supplies the needed info (if that request is made) the information will be put into the original topic and the reply deleted.  Will just help with the clutter.
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