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Maybe these pics will explain one reason to use SPT and sleeves for arches. 5 seven channel arches stored and almost 2,000 of SPT

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shfr26 wrote:

Maybe these pics will explain one reason to use SPT and sleeves for arches. 5 seven channel arches stored and almost 2,000 of SPT

didn't that used to be a tub of strobes? :shock:

even more important, where do you get the storage tubs with the foot attached? :P
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DonFL wrote:

shfr26 wrote:
Maybe these pics will explain one reason to use SPT and sleeves for arches. 5 seven channel arches stored and almost 2,000 of SPT

didn't that used to be a tub of strobes? :shock:

even more important, where do you get the storage tubs with the foot attached? :P


The strobes went to court for copyright

have you never heard of a "claw foot" tub??
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shfr26 wrote:
Maybe these pics will explain one reason to use SPT and sleeves for arches. 5 seven channel arches stored and almost 2,000 of SPT

Wait so... ok you have my curiosity peeked cuz I have limited storage space and an inclination to make more arches.

How does this sleeve thing work your talking about? Is it that you slide a segment over an arch form?

Drew

See here--this is where it all started:



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DonFL wrote:

shfr26 wrote:
Maybe these pics will explain one reason to use SPT and sleeves for arches. 5 seven channel arches stored and almost 2,000 of SPT

didn't that used to be a tub of strobes? :shock:

even more important, where do you get the storage tubs with the foot attached? :P


didn't that used to be a tub of strobes? :shock:

Doh!



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She's a pretty site Pete, its a shame it all has to go to storage for a measly 8 months better start sequencing for this year. :D

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Yes it is, but storing it this way is sooo much better than heavy cords and 10 foot poles.

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