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  1. Try this site https://www.facebook.com/groups/337976016943741/ I think Garcia Rosa does them for people too.
  2. Does Anyone have a weight forward spinner mold they want to part with. I prefer the Erie Dearie mold but I can use others that are out there.
  3. I think thieves should be skinned alive and then drawn and quartered
  4. rhahn427

    Tokyo rig

    I’ve built and used the Tokyo rigs and they work. I bought the long stem swivels from China and I like them because it allows the lure to rotate 360 degrees with little resistance and a little better action without line twist. I actually make mine with ear ring stops to hold the weight where I want it for different purposes and so I can change weights as needed quickly without having to bend the wire ends. It also allows the weights to pull off if snagged.
  5. Thanks ............. but How do you know if you mixed the right amount of dye to get the color you want when it is cloudy
  6. Thanks Mark. I bought the transparent base but it is cloudy until it is sprayed. Is there a clear one that I can mix until I get the color I want. Most of the dyes are pearls with highlights.
  7. I have some pigment powders that I want to use to make my own airbrush paint. What medium do you use to ad the pigment to?
  8. rhahn427

    Fluid bed

    Way overkill ......... you need just enough air to make the powder move. A fish tank air pump has to usually be adjusted down
  9. They are a wire made with a swivel on 1 end. I bought some from someone that was making long underspins. They are the same that they use on Tokyo Rigs and I can’t remember where I got them. I am looking for a source
  10. The guys in both videos used heat transfer foils. I’m not sure irons here will get hot enough. But hey ........... give it a try and let us know if it works.
  11. I don’t think a 12 v element will get hot enough. We change out the elements on the credit card stamps to get hotter ones. These are the ones I bought but have not tried them yet. The guy that came up with the idea of the credit card press did a bunch of experiments and says they have to be at least 300 watt. https://www.ebay.com/itm/US-Stock-2x-NEW-AC110V-300W-Mold-Heating-Element-Cartridge-Heater-Tube-Rosin-DIY/352483764452?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 Heres the silicone pad https://www.ebay.com/itm/SILICONE-SPONGE-RUBBER-1-2-THK-X-12-X-12-SHEET-HIGH-TEMP/223161425660?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
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