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  1. simple fix, cut off the rest of the part they chewed, very carefully so as to not nick the blank,(it doesnt have to be perfect, just the big chunks) then order a rear grip from anglers workshop, longer than the damaged area, cut to correct length, ream out the new handle with a rat tailed file so it slides on snugly,(the rod tapers is opposite of the way the handle is usually put on, but epoxy will fill the void) coat the area with epoxy, slide the new part on, clean the excess off and set handle down and let dry.. good as new. lots of videos on you tube to help out
  2. No i have the correct name. I think it is gone, guess i will have to try the other ones
  3. spinnerbaitskirts.com, are they out of business? site is gone, and no answer from emails thanks
  4. Thank you for all tips, and help
  5. do you use 5 min epoxy or the 30 min one, or gorilla epoxy, i see those teflon pins, they are really nice. probably will need to get a bunch, anyone sell in 100 bags or 50's
  6. i already have a bunch poured and trimmed, so i painted a few and the problem showed up, so may have to rethink pouring with the weed guards, and try the pins and epoxy, but was thinking the weed guard may not be as strong with just the epoxy, thats why i poured them the way i did. thank you for the suggestions, hope to get a few more ideas.
  7. good afternoon, i have the following molds: SPJ-3-ATK BSH-3-SA the questions: i poured the jigs with the weed guards in, it went well, only a few bad ones. Now i want to powder coat them, i have Teflon tubes, and painting is going OK, but when i go to bake them for the finish, the tubes slide off or the weed guards sag, or they flare out and sag, any tips or ideas, i tried to use tape to hold them, but it gets to hot and it melts the glue on the tape. i may try foil next time or maybe foil to hold the tubes in place. i use a fluid bed that has the vibrator built in. any tips would be great thank you terry
  8. that looks great but bet they are a lot of work to get them made
  9. Pic might help a little bit
  10. i have the paasche talon, its a bit heavy, but i like it, it sprays fine to medium, i got the kit with all the extra needles and tips
  11. got some 26 gauge pfte coated wire, going to try to paint them and bake them all on the same wire hanger, hoping the paint wont chip taking them off the wires.
  12. do you leave it in until you have done the final bake and then remove it?
  13. liked the black theme better
  14. welcome to TU, you will find a wealth of knowledge here and everyone is very friendly
  15. TerryF2858

    Lead jigs

    I use an old kitchen spoon the small one not the soup spoon size. It works great for me.
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