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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOLFORLIFEFAN View Post
    It would be fun to put them side by side. I will take a cigar Joe;)

    and I'm not taking a trip to Canada.
    No, no, no, you guys get an all expenses paid trip, BECAUSE YOU CAN TAKE A JOKE!:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conradicles View Post
    Wow, send me some of those spikes! Great job. The wood looks insane of the charts good.
    Thanks Eric,

    I'm looking into doing a spike order for the guys here but just doing 12 sets (8 spikes) would cost $150 a set. So I have been looking into finding a place I can get the brass cheaper. Keep in mind these are about 3" in length and 1" in diameter. So they are big, and the only way I will run them is if all 12 sets are sold.

    So I will see what comes about them.
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    Haven't chimed in yet, but have been following with great interest since the start of the thread.

    These look like an inspiring piece of work. I'm really looking forward to seeing a slew of finished and set up pics when you get these all completed.

    G~

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoff727 View Post
    Haven't chimed in yet, but have been following with great interest since the start of the thread.

    These look like an inspiring piece of work. I'm really looking forward to seeing a slew of finished and set up pics when you get these all completed.

    G~
    See what you started Geoff?:D;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conradicles View Post
    Wow, send me some of those spikes! Great job. The wood looks insane of the charts good.
    I've got to agree with Conradicles, Larry...those spikes are awesome...so is the workmanship. It's great to see when someone really enjoys their work!

    Can't wait to see the final product!

    cnh

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOLFORLIFEFAN View Post
    Thanks Eric,

    I'm looking into doing a spike order for the guys here but just doing 12 sets (8 spikes) would cost $150 a set. So I have been looking into finding a place I can get the brass cheaper. Keep in mind these are about 3" in length and 1" in diameter. So they are big, and the only way I will run them is if all 12 sets are sold.

    So I will see what comes about them.

    Don't think you'll have trouble selling all 12 sets. The craftmanship looks great.
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    I am in for a set...
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    Larry, as requested, pics of how Geoff made removable side panels.

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    Geoff, good to see you're following Larry's thread. I still think your/my 1c's are the finest anywhere but Larry's, when done, may equal them. Whoops, did I say that out loud
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fongolio View Post

    I still think your/my 1c's are the finest anywhere but Larry's, when done, may equal them. Whoops, did I say that out loud:
    Let it go......

    I'm sure his will sound better. TUBES RULE !!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Fongolio View Post
    Larry, as requested, pics of how Geoff made removable side panels.

    Kelvin

    Geoff, good to see you're following Larry's thread. I still think your/my 1c's are the finest anywhere but Larry's, when done, may equal them. Whoops, did I say that out loud

    If that makes you feel better knock yourself out. I already said yours is better now let it go.

    Your 1C's are the best, your the best, everything you have is better.

    Thanks for the pics but I already glued them down.
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    I'm just funning. Man, you guys...do I need to put those stupid smiley faces on my posts? Maybe it's because I'm Canadian?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fongolio View Post
    I'm just funning. Man, you guys...do I need to put those stupid smiley faces on my posts? Maybe it's because I'm Canadian?
    WAAAAAAAAAAA Kelvin are Canadian smiley faces different from American smiley faces?:D;)

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    LOL I wanna see Canadian smiley faces. Kelvin I'm just funnin you back Maybe I need to put in some smiley faces as well. Really I don't take things that serious.
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    I found that Canadien smily for you...


    I found a second drunk smiley but I would get banned for posting it. Google drunk smiley face and you will find Lightman sleeping it off;)...
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    Here ya go.

    And because I live in British Columbia:
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    hmmm, whatcha' doin? listening to some tunes
    JC approves....he told me so. (F-1 nut)

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    Thumbs up Up and running

    Well I got them singing right now, not placed right yet but there up and running.
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    I may have overlooked a previous post, but what gear are you running these with?

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    Right now an Adcom 5802 and a Belles 21a
    No Way But The Hard Way, So Get Used To It!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOLFORLIFEFAN View Post
    Right now an Adcom 5802 and a Belles 21a
    Where's the Dodd gear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroyjr1 View Post
    Where's the Dodd gear?
    I have it, I just hooked them up in my system to hear some sound come out of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fongolio View Post
    Geoff, good to see you're following Larry's thread.
    Ya, I read a lot on here. But I just don't say much.:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOLFORLIFEFAN View Post
    Right now an Adcom 5802 and a Belles 21a
    Maaaan that combo should sound beautiful with those 1Cs.

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    Pics of the finished product?

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    ^^^^^ What Kel said!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fongolio View Post
    Here ya go.

    And because I live in British Columbia:
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    I am posting this link with the Sonic Barrier and Black Hole that I installed a few weeks ago to help keep this upgrade together..

    http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/showthread.php?t=99870



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    Beautiful Larry.

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